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NORTH CAROLINA 




mK17 1999 



VOLUME 13 • ISSUE 24 • Pages 1980 - 2072 



June 15, 1999 



IN THIS ISSUE 

Executive Orders 

ENR - EMC - NPDES Permit 

HHS - Facility Services 

Revenue - Tax Review Board „,_„., 

Commerce 

Employee Assistanaff^iSfesSiiOfnals 

Environment and Natural Resources 

General Contractors, Licensing Board for 

Health and Human Services 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Public Education 

Rules Review Commission 

Contested Case Decisions 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Hearings 
Rules Division 
PC Drawer 27447 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 
Telephone (919) 733-2678 
Fax (919) 733-3462 



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For those persons that have questions or concerns regarding the Administrative Procedure Act or any of its 
components, consult with the agencies below. The bolded headings are typical issues which the given 
agency can address, but are not inclusive. 



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Rule Notices. Filings. Register. Deadlines. Copies of Proposed Rules, etc. 

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424 North Blount Street """"""' (919)733-3462PAX , ^; 

Raleigh, North Carolina 2760 1 -2817 



contact: Mcrfly ]\fesich,'I>irec*or APA Sesrsiices 
Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 



mmasich@oah.state.nc.us 
rcreech@oah.state.nc.us 




Fiscal Notes & Economic Analysis 

Office of State Budget and Management 
11 6 West Jones Street 
I Raleigh, North Carolina 276Q3-8005 

contact: Vi^arren Plonk, Eco!k)mJst in 



Rule Review and Legal Issues 

Rules Review Commission 
1307 Glenwood Ave., Suite 159 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 

contact; Joe DeLuca Jr., Stitff Director Counsel 
Bobby Bryan, Staff Attorney 



(919)733^7061 
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Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee 

545 Legislative Office Building 

300 North Salisbury Street (919)733-2578 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27611 (919) 715-5460 FAX 



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County and Municipality Government Questions or Notification 

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2 1 5 North Dawson Street (9 1 9) 7 1 5-2893 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

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215 North Dawson Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

contact: Paula Thomas 



(919)715-4000 



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This publication is printed on permanent, acid-free paper in compliance with G.S. 125- H. 13 



NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 



IN THIS ISSUE 




Volume 13, Issue 24 
Pages 1980 - 2072 



June 15, 1999 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through May 24. 1999. 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601) 

PO Drawer 27447 

Raleigh, NC 2761 1-7447 

(919)733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

Executive Order 151 .... 



1980 



II. IN ADDITION 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management - NPDES Permit ... 1983 
Health and Human Services 

Facility Services 1981 - 1982 

Revenue 
Tax Review Board 1984 - 1993 

III. RULE-MAKING AGENDA 
Environment and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management Commission 1994 - 1996 

IV. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 
Commerce 

State Banking Commission 1997 

V. PROPOSED RULES 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management Commission 1998 - 2004 

Health and Human Services 

Health Services, Commission for 2004 - 2008 

Licensing Boards 

General Contractors, Licensing Board for 2015 

Pharmacy, Board of 201 6 

Public Education 

State Board of Education 2008 - 2015 

VI. TEMPORARY RULES 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management Commission 2017 - 2034 

Health and Human Services 

Health Services. Commission for 2034 - 2036 

VII. APPROVED RULES 2037 - 2050 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Wildlife Resources Commission 
Health and Human Services 

Medical Assistance 

Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities 
and Substance Abuse Services 

Social Services 
Licensing Boards 

Employee Assistance Professionals 



Julian Mann III. Director 

Camille Winston, Deputy Director 

Molly Masich, Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 

Linda Dupree, Editorial Assistant 

Jessica Flowers. Editorial Assistant 



VHI. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 2051 2055 

IX. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to ALJ Decisions 2056 - 2070 

Text of Selected Decisions 
96 OSP 2044 207 1 - 2072 

X. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1 93 



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NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



The North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major subdivisions of rules. Two of these, titles and chapters, 
are mandatory: The major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major department in the North Carolina executive 
branch of government has been assigned a title number. Titles are further broken down into chapters which shall be 
numerical in order. The other two. subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to be used by agencies when 
appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 



TITLE 



DEPARTMENT 



LICENSING BOARDS 



CHAPTER 



1 


Administration 


Acupuncture 


1 


2 


Agriculture 


Architecture 


2 


3 


Auditor 


Athletic Trainer Examiners 


3 


4 


Commerce 


Auctioneers 


4 


5 


Correction 


Barber Examiners 


6 


6 


Council of State 


Certified Public Accountant Examiners 


8 


7 


Cultural Resources 


Chiropractic Examiners 


10 


8 


Elections 


Employee Assistance Professionals 


11 


9 


Governor 


General Contractors 


12 


10 


Health and Human Services 


Cosmetic Art Examiners 


14 


11 


Insurance 


Dental Examiners 


16 


12 


Justice 


Dietetics/Nutrition 


17 


13 


Labor 


Electrical Contractors 


IS 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safety 


Electrolysis 


['> 


15A 


Environment and Natural Resources 


Foresters 


20 


16 


Public Education 


Geologists 


21 


17 


Revenue 


Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters 


-)-) 


18 


Secretary of State 


Landscape Architects 


26 


lyA 


Transportation 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


20 


Treasurer 


Marital and Family TTierapy 


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*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Medical Examiners 


i2 


~>-i 


Administrative Procedures (Repealed.) 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


23 


Community Colleges 


Mortuary Science 


34 


24 


Independent Agencies 


Nursing 


36 


2? 


State Personnel 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


26 


Administrative Hearings 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


27 


NC State Bar 


Opticians 


40 






Optometry 


42 






Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 






Pastoral Counselors, Fee-Based Practicing 


45 






Pharmacy 


46 






Physical Therapy Examiners 


48 






Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


50 






Podiatry Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Psychology Board 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refrigeration Examiners 


60 






Sanitarian Examiners 


62 






Social Work Certification 


63 






Soil Scientists 


69 






Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 


64 






Substance Abuse Professionals 


68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


65 






Veterinan, Medical Board 


66 



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EXECUTIVE ORDERS 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 151 

AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 149 

CLEAN NC 2000 BOARD 

By the authority vested in me as Governor hy the laws and 
Constitution of the State of North Carolina, IT IS ORDERED: 

Section J^ Amendment of Executive Order Number 149 
Section 2 of Executive Order Number 149 is hereby replaced 
by the following: 

The Board shall consist of at least 31 members. A minimum 
of twenty members shall be appointed by. and shall serve at the 
pleasure of the Governor. Members appointed by the Governor 
shall be drawn from all geographic areas of North Carolina, shall 
reflect North Carolina's diverse population, and shall be 
representative of government, business and industry, community 
and civic organizations, and education. Of these members, one 
member shall be a citizen under the age of twenty-one. 

In addition to the appointed members noted above, the 
following eleven individuals, or their respective designees, shall 
serve as ex-officio members: 
g. Commissioner of the North Carolina Department of 

Agriculture and Consumer Services; 
h. Superintendent of the North Carolina Department of 

Public Instruction; 
i. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of 



Administration; 
j. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of 

Commerce; 
k. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of 

Correction; 
1. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Crime 

Control and Public Safety; 
m. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Cultural 

Resources; 
n. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of 

Environment and Natural Resources; 
i. Secretary of the North Carolina Department of 

Transportation; 
j. President of the North Carolina Association of County 

Commissioners; and. 
k. President of the North Carolina League of Municipalities. 

Section 2. Effect on Executive Order Number 149 
Subject to the amendment herein, all other provisions of 
Executive Order No. 149 shall remain in full force and effect. 

Section 3. Effect! \e Date 

This Order is effective immediately. 

Done in the Capital City of Raleigh. North Carolina, this the 
17thdavofMav. 1999. 



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NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 75. 1999 



1980 



IN ADDITION 



This Section contains public notices that are required to be published in the Register or have been approved by the Codifier 
of Rules for publication. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Citizens are invited to attend public hearings on the Draft 2000 State Medical Facilities Plan to be conducted by the North Carolina 
State Health Coordinating Council (SHCC) at the following times and locations; 



Asheville July 20, 1999 1:30-2:30 p.m. 

(Tuesday) 



Mountain Area Health Education Ctr. 
(Straddles St. Joseph ' s/Memorial Mission 
Hospitals; entrance for Memorial Mission: 
the Medical Center for Western Carolina) 
501 Biltmore Avenue 
Second Floor, Classroom #4 
Asheville, NC 28801-4686 



Greenville July 20, 1999 1:30-2:30 p.m. 

(Tuesday) 



The Willis Building 
East Carolina University 
300 East First Street 
Greenville, NC 27858-4356 



Charlotte 



July 21, 1999 
(Wednesday) 



1:30-2:30 p.m. 



Mercy Hospital 
Auditorium 
2001 Vail Avenue 
Chadotte, NC 



Greensboro July 2 1,1999 1:30-2:30 p.m. Greensboro AHEC 

(Wednesday) Room 30 

Moses Cone Hospital Campus 
1200 North Elm Street 
Greensboro, NC 



Wilmington July 23, 1999 1:30-2:30 p.m. Coastal AHEC 

(Friday) New Hanover Regional Med. Ctr. 

Auditorium — Ground Floor 
2131 S. 17th Street 
Wilmington, NC 



Raleigh 



July 27, 1999 1:30-2:30 p.m. Wake County Commons 

(Tuesday) Wake County Office Park 

4011 Gary a Drive 

(Just off Exit 15 "Poole Road" from 1-440) 

Raleigh, NC 



All persons commenting on the Draft Plan at the public hearings are asked to supply WRITTEN COPIES of their remarks . 

Persons with disabilities who need assistance to participate in the public hearing are requested to notify the Medical F-.icilities 
Planning Section in advance so that reasonable accommodations can be arranged. 

The State Medical Facilities Plan projects need for acute care hospital beds, rehabilitation facilities and beds, ambulatory surgery 
facilities and operating rooms, technology services and equipment, nursing care beds, home health agencies, kidney dialysis stations, 
hospice home care programs and inpatient beds, psychiatric hospitals, substance abuse treatment facilities. ;ind inicrmediate care 
facilities for the mentally retarded. NOTE : After the need determinations and policies are adopted by the SHCC and approved 
by the Governor, they will be incorporated in Administrative Procedure Act Rules for the 2000 State Medica l Facilities Plan . 



1981 



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June 15, 1999 



13:24 



IN ADDITION 



Persons wishing to review or purciiase the Draft 2000 State Medical Facihties Plan or who want information about the Plan or the 
series of public hearings may call 919-733-4130. or write to: Medical Facilities Planning Section. Division of Facility Services. P. 
O. Box 29530. Raleigh. NC 27626-0530. Inquiries may be made to this same address about comments or petitions received 
regarding the Draft Plan. Copies of the Draft Plan will also be made available to all Area Health Education Centers and to all Lead 
Regional Organizations (Councils of Government) in the State. ALL WRITTEN COMMENTS AND PETITIONS ON THE 
DRAFT 2000 STATE MEDICAL FACILITIES PLAN MUST BE RECEIVED BY JULY 30, 1999. 



13:24 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 1982 



IN ADDITION 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

POST OFHCE BOX 29535 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27626-0535 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE STATE GENERAL 
NPDES PERMITS 

Public notice of intent to issue or reissue expiring State National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permits 
for Point Source Discharges of Stormwater associated with the following activities: 

• NPDES General Permit No. NCGl 80000 for stormwater point source discharges associated with activities classified as 
Furniture and Fixtures [Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 25] and Wood Kitchen Cabinets [SIC 2434]. 

• NPDES General Permit No. NCG 1 90000 for stormwater point source discharges associated with activities classified as Ship 
and Boat Building [SIC 373] and Marinas [SIC 4493] where vehicle maintenance activities and boat and equipment cleaning 
operations occur. 

On the basis of preliminary staff review and application of Article 2 1 of Chapter 143 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, Public 
Law 92-500 and other lawful standards and regulations, the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission proposes to 
reissue State NPDES General Permits for the discharges as described above. 

INFORMATION: Copies of the draft NPDES General Permits and Fact Sheets concerning the draft Permits are available by writing 
or calling: 

Vanessa Wiggins 

Water Quality Section 

N.C. Division of Water Quality 

P.O. Box 29535 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27626-0535 

Telephone (919) 733-5083 ext. 520 

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed determinations are invited to submit their comments in writing to the 
above address no later than July 16. 1999. All comments received prior to that date will be considered in the final determination 
regarding permit issuance. A public meeting may be held where the Director of the Division of Water Quality finds a significant 
degree of public interest in any proposed permit issuance. 

The draft Permits, Fact Sheets and other information are on file at the Division of Water Quality, 5 12 N. Salisbury Street, Room 925, 
Archdale Building, Raleigh, North Carolina. They may be inspected during normal oftlce hours. Copies of the information of file 
are available upon request and payment of the costs of reproduction. All such comments and requests regarding those nialtei s should 
make reference to the draft Permit Numbers, NCG 1 80000, or NCG 1 90000. 



Date: 5/14/1999 /§/ Bradley Bennett 

for Kerr T. Stevens, Director 

Division of Water Quality 



1983 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 13:24 



IN ADDITION 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTY OF WAKE 



BEFORE THE 
TAX REVIEW BOARD 



IN THE MATTER OF: 

The Denial of Refund of Sales and 
Use Tax for the Period October 1 , 
1993. through September 30. 1996, 
by the Secretary of Revenue 

vs. 

Carolina Power and Light Company 
Taxpayer 



ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION 



Number: 



353 



This matter was heard before the Tax Review Board in the City of Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, on February 1 1, 
1999, upon Taxpayer's petition for administrative review of the Final Decision of the Secretary of Revenue entered on August 1 1, 
1998, sustaining the denial of the refund of sales and use tax for the period of October 1. 1993, through September 30, 1996. 

Attorney Jasper L. Cummings, Jr. represented Taxpayer at the hearing. Kay Linn Miller Hobart, Assistant Attorney General 
appeared at the hearing on behalf of the Secretary of Revenue. 

Chairman Harlan E. Boyles, State Treasurer presided over the hearing with Jo Anne Sanford, Chair, Utilities Commission 
and duly appointed member, Noel L. Allen, Attorney at Law participating. 

Carolina Power and Light Company (hereinafter "Taxpayer") filed a claim for refund of sales tax it paid on certain sales of 
electricity for the period of October 1. 1993. through September 30, 1996. Upon denial of the refund. Taxpayer protested and 
requested a hearing before the Secretary. After the hearing, the Assistant Secretary issued his final decision on August 1 1, 1998. that 
sustained the Department's denial of the refund in its entirety. Pursuant to G.S. 105-241 .2. Taxpayer timely filed a notice of intent 
and petition for administrative review of the Assistant Secretary's final decision with the Tax Review Board. 

ISSUE 

The issue to be decided in this matter is stated as follows: 

Is Taxpayer liable for collecting and remitting sales tax on its sales of electricity to Foundry Services. Inc.. that was used 
by the purchaser to operate its induction furnace in its manufacturing process or are such sales exempt pursuant to G.S. 105- 
164.13(8)? 

EVIDENCE 



follows; 
1. 



The evidence presented at hearing before the Secretary of Revenue and included in the record before the Board is stated as 

Memorandum dated April 18. 1996, from the Secretary of Revenue to the Assistant Secretary of Revenue, designated as 
Exhibit E-1. 

Letter dated Ocmber 15. 1996. from Taxpayer's representative to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-2. 

Claim for refund of sales and use tax dated October 29, 1996, designated as Exhibit E-3. 

Facsimile transmission dated June 3. 1997. from Taxpayer's representative to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-4. 

Letter dated July 2 1 . 1997. from the Di\'ision tt) the Taxpayer, designated Exhibit E-5. 



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1984 



IN ADDITION 



6. Letter dated July 21, 1997, from the Division to the Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-6. 

7. Induction heating system manufacturer's product brochures, designated as Exhibit E-7. 

8. Information articles from trade journals dated July and August, 1995, designated as Exhibit E-8. 

9. Letter dated August 25, 1997, from the Taxpayer's representative to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-9. 

10. Letter dated October 13, 1997, from the Division to the Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-10. 

11. Letter dated October 15, 1997. from the Assistant Secretary to the Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-1 1. 

12. Letter dated November 21, 1997, and accompanying brief from Taxpayer's representative to the Assistant Secretary, 
designated as Exhibit E-1 2. 

13. Letter dated December 2, 1997, from the Assistant Secretary to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-13. 

14. Letter dated February 19, 1998, from the Assistant Secretary to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-14. 

15. Alabama Supreme Court decision. Curry v. Alabama Power Co. , 243 Ala. 53, 8So.2d 521, (1942), designated as Exhibit 
E-1 5. 

16. New York Division of Tax Appeals decision. In the Matter of the Petition of Crucible, Inc., designated as Exhibit E-16. 

17. The Division's brief for tax hearing, designated as Exhibit E-1 7. 

18. Letter dated April 2, 1998. from the Division to the Assistant Secretary, designated as Exhibit E-1 8. 

19. Letter dated March 19, 1998, from Assistant Secretary to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit S-1 . 

20. Article from June 1996 issue of Nickel , designated as Exhibit TP E-1 1. 

21. Illustration of coreless induction furnace, designated as Exhibit TP E-12. 

22. Memorandum dated March 3, 1998, from Mr. Kevin Spain, designated as Exhibit TP E-13. 

23. ABB Metallurgy handout on channel induction, designated as Exhibit TP E-14. 

24. Letter dated March 24. 1998. from Taxpayer's representative to the Assistant Secretary, designated as Exhibit PT-15. 

25. Letter dated April 17, 1998, from the Taxpayer's representative to the Assistant Secretary, designated as Exhibit Pr-16. 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

No specific findings of fact were listed in the Assistant Secretary's final decision. The findings of fact were incorporated 
into the section designated as DECISION . 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

The Board reviewed the following conclusions of law in the Assistant Secretary's decision: 

1. Taxpayer was at all material times a regulated utility engaged in the business of selling electricity. 

2. To come under the exemption provided in G.S. 105-164.13(8). the property purchased must enter int;> or become an 
ingredient or component part of the tangible personal property which is manufactured. 

1985 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 13:24 



IN ADDITION 



3. Taxpayer made a timely demand for refund for the period October 1 , 1993, through September 30, 1996, pursuant to 

G.S. 105-266.1. 

DECISION 

The scope of administrative review for petitions filed with the Tax Review Board is governed by G.S. 105-241.2. From the 
record, the Board notes that Taxpayer is a utility that generates and sells electricity. Taxpayer filed a claim for refund of utilities sales 
tax collected and remitted to the Department on its sales of electricity to Foundry Services, Incorporated (hereinafter "FSI"). FSI 
used the electricity to operate an induction furnace. An induction furnace uses electricity or electrical current to melt metal and 
consists of copper coil around a nonconductive liner which operates much like a transformer. 

G.S. 105-164.13(8) provides an exemption from sales tax for sales of "tangible personal property which enters into or 
becomes an ingredient or component part of tangible personal property which is manufactured." Electricity qualifies as tangible 
personal property as defined in G.S. 105-164.3(20) and the Department has determined that electricity used in an arc furnace is 
exempt from sales tax pursuant to the G.S. 105-164.13(8). The Taxpayer argues that the electricity sold to FSI and used in the 
induction furnaces qualifies for the exemption from sales tax because the electricity enters into the products being heated in the 
furnace. 

The Board, having reviewed the Secretary's decision, notes that the Decision lacks sufficient findings of fact to conclude 
as a matter of law that the electricity sold by the Taxpayer to FSI for use in its induction furnace was not exempt under G.S. 105- 
1 64. 1 3( 8 ). In particular, the Board notes that the Secretary relies upon the fact that "The mduced, alternating current in the conductive 
material flows in an opposite direction to the current in the induction coil," and therefore concludes that the inducted current in the 
conductive material is not the same as the electrical current in the induction coil sold to the Taxpayer. TTie Secretary then concludes 
that electricity does not enter into or become an ingredient or component part of tangible personal property that is manufactured. 

Having reviewed the record, and noting that the Taxpayer presented a highly technical argument, the Board deems it 
appropriate to remand this matter to the Secretary for further proceeding. The Secretary is directed to enter a new decision with 
findings of fact to support a decision that the electricity sold by Taxpayer to FSI for use in the induction furnace does not enter into 
or become an ingredient or component part of tangible personal property which is manufactured. 

On remand, the Secretary may rely upon the existing record or she may consider additional arguments, as she deems 
appropriate; or she may consult with experts in the field to clarify the proper meaning of electricity as it pertains to the specific 
process of an induction furnace. It is important that the operational differences between the induction furnace and the arc furnace be 
defined since the Department permits the exemption to apply to the sale of electricity for use in the arc furnace. 

WHEREFORE, it is the decision of the Tax Review Board to Remand this matter to the Secretary for further proceeding. 

Made and entered into the 12"" day of May, 1999. 

/s/ Harlan E. Boyles, Chairman 

State Treasurer 

/s/ Jo Anne Sanford, Member 

Chair, Utilities Commission 

/s/ Noel L. Allen, Appointed Member 



13:24 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 1986 



IN ADDITION 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTY OF WAKE 



BEFORE THE 
TAX REVIEW BOARD 



IN THE MATTER OF: 

The Denial of a Claim for Refund of 
Sales and Use Taxes for the Period of 
June 1, 1992, through May 31, 1995, 
by the Secretary of Revenue 

vs. 

American Truetzschler, Inc., 
Taxpayer 



ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION 

Number: 354 



This matter was heard before the Tax Review Board in the City of Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, on February 11, 
1999, upon Taxpayer's petition for administrative review of the Final Decision of the Secretary of Revenue entered on July 22, 1998, 
sustaining the denial of Taxpayer's claim for refund of sales and use taxes for the period of June 1 , 1992, through May 3 1 , 1995. 

Attorney, C. B. McLean, Jr. represented Taxpayer at the hearing. George W. Boylan, Special Deputy Attorney General 
appeared at the hearing on behalf of the Secretary of Revenue. 

Chairman Harlan E. Boyles. State Treasurer presided over the hearing with Jo Anne Sanford, Chair, Utilities Commission 
and duly appointed member, Noel L. Allen, Attorney at Law participating. 

On September 27, 1997, Taxpayer remitted payment of the balance due of a sales and use tax assessment for the period of 
June 1, 1992, through May 31, 1995, and requested a refund of tax, penalty and interest paid on its purchases of materials used to 
fabricate machines placed in its sales showroom and on the additional sales as determined in the audit. On October 23, 1997, the 
Division notified the Taxpayer that its demand for refund was denied, and on November 17,1 997, Taxpayer objected to tlie Division' s 
denial and requested a hearing before the Secretary of Revenue. On July 22, 1998, the Assistant Secretary entered his decision that 
sustained the denial of Taxpayer's claim for refund of sales and use taxes for the period of June 1, 1992, through May Ij, 1995. 
Pursuant to G.S.I 05-24 1 .2, Taxpayer timely filed a notice of intent and petition for administrative review of the Assistant Secretary's 
final decision with the Tax Review Board. 



ISSUE 



The issue to be decided in this matter is as follows: 



1 . Is Taxpayer subject to the 4% State and 29J^ county use tax on its purchases of tangible personal property used to fabricate 
machines that were placed in Taxpayer's showroom for demonstration purposes and subsequently sold at retail' 

EVIDENCE 

The evidence presented at hearing before the Secretary of Revenue and included in the record before the Board is stated as 
follows: 

1 . Memorandum dated April 18, 1996, from the Secretary of Revenue to the Assistant Secretary of Revenue, designated as Exhibit 
E-1. 

2. Application for registration, designated as Exhibit E-2. 

3. Face sheet of audit report, supporting auditor comments and supporting schedules designated as Exhibit E-3. 

4. Notice of Proposed Assessment, designated as Exhibit E-4. 



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IN ADDITION 



5. Letter dated December 26. 1995, from the Taxpayer to the Supervisory Auditor, designated Exhibit E-5. 

6. Letter dated June 6, 1997, from the examining auditor to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-6. 

7. Letter dated June 13, 1997, from Taxpayer's representative to the examining auditor, designated as Exhibit E-7. 

8. Letter dated June 27, 1997, from the Taxpayer to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-8. 

9. Letter dated July 16, 1997, from the Division to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E-9. 

10. Letter dated August 13, 1997, from the Taxpayer to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-10. 

1 1 . Letter dated September II, 1 997, from the Division to Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E- 1 1 . 

12. Letter dated September 24, 1997, from Taxpayer to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-12. 

13. Claims for refund dated August 14, 1997, and September 29, 1997. designated as Exhibit E-13. 

14. Letter dated October 23, 1997, from the Division to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E-14. 

15. Letter dated November 17,1 997, from the Taxpayer to the Division, designated as Exhibit E- 1 5. 

16. Letter dated December 2, 1997, from the Division to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E-16. 

17. Letter dated December 10. 1997. from Taxpayer's representative to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-17. 

18. Letter dated December 31, 1997, from the Division to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-18. 

19. Letter dated January 6, 1998, from Assistant Secretary to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E-19. 

20. Letter dated October 24, 1995. from Taxpayer's representative to the Division, designated as Exhibit E-20. 

2 1 . Letter dated November 1 7. 1 995, from the Division to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit E-2 1 . 

22. Letter dated January 28, 1998, from the Assistant Secretary to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit E-22. 

23. Division's Brief for Tax Hearing, designated as Exhibit E-23. 

24. Letter dated May 20, 1997, from Taxpayer's accountant to the Division designated as Exhibit T-l . 

25. Letter dated October 24, 1995, from the Taxpayer's representative to the Division, 1997, designated as Exhibit T-2. 

26. Letter dated November 17, 1995, from the Division to Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit T-3. 

27. Letter dated October 3. 1996, from the Division to a furniture manufacturer, designated as Exhibit T-4. 

28. Taxpayer's brief, designated as Exhibit T-5. 

29. Letter dated March 20, 1998, from the Taxpayer's representative to the Assistant Secretary, designated as Exhibit T-6. 

30. Letter dated May 22, 1998, from the Taxpayer's representative to the Assistant Secretary, designated as Exhibit T-7. 

31. Letter dated February 18, 1998, from the Assistant Secretary to the Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit S-l. 

32. Letter dated April 24. 1998, from the Assistant Secretary to the Taxpayer's representative, designated as Exhibit S-2. 

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IN ADDITION 



FINDINGS OF FACT 

The Board reviewed the following findings of fact in the Assistant Secretary's decision and summarized by the Taxpayer 
in its petition for administration: 

1 . Taxpayer manufactures and sells textile machinery. 

2. Taxpayer maintains a showroom at which it displays pieces of equipment. These articles are installed and connected to power 
sources so they can be operated for demonstration purposes. 

3. The equipment is kept in the showroom for an average of three to four years, which is Taxpayer's general period of introducing 
new models. 

4. Taxpayer accounted for the showroom equipment in its financial records as showroom inventory and did not depreciate or take 
an expense deduction for income tax purposes. 

5. During the audit period, sixteen machines were sold from the showroom inventory and receipts of $480,220.00 were generated 
from these sales. Taxpayer reported overall retail sales of $15,371,126.00 for such period. 

6. The length of time between placement as a demonstrator in the showroom and sale for the sixteen machines varied from twelve 
months to four years. 

7. Taxpayer sold the showroom equipment at less than the average retail price of the machine in fourteen of the sixteen sales. 

8. Taxpayer did not accrue use tax on the cost price of materials used to fabricate the equipment placed in the showroom. 

9. The Department assessed use tax on Taxpayer's purchases of tangible personal property in the amount of $835,61 6.79. thai were 
used to produce equipment put in service at its showroom during the audit period. 

10. Notice of Proposed Assessment was mailed on December 13. 1995. 

1 1. Taxpayer did not make a timely request for hearing following the mailing of the notice of tax assessment; however, faxpayor 
paid the amount of tax, penalty and interest due and made a demand for refund. 

12. The Division denied Taxpayer's demand for refund and Taxpayer made a timely request for hearing in protest to the denial. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 
The Board reviewed the following conclusions of law in the Assistant Secretary's decision: 

1 . Taxpayer was at all material times a manufacturer and a retailer of tangible personal property. 

2. Pursuant to G.S. 105-164. 3( 18). tangible personal property is not "for use" for sales and use tax purposes if the property is "for 
sale" in the regular course of business. 

3. Taxpayer made a timely demand for refund for the period June 1. 1992. through May 31. 1995. pursuant to G.S. 105-266.1 

DECISION 

The scope of administrative review for petitions filed with the Tax Review Board is governed by G.S. 105-241 .2(b2) After 
the Board conducts a hearing this statute provides in pertinent part: 

(b2). "TTie Board shall confirm, modify, reverse, reduce or increase the assessment oi 
decision of the Secretary." 

Having conducted a hearing in this matter and having considered the petition, the Secretary's brief, the record and the 



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Assistant Secretary's final decision, the Board determines that sufficient evidence exists in the record to support the following 
findings of fact: 

a. All the showroom equipment at issue was held for and available for sale to Taxpayer's customers. 

b. Taxpayer" s temporary installation of the equipment for demonstration purposes did not prevent the equipment from 
being sold. 

c. The showroom equipment was in fact sold when needed by a customer, regardless of how long the equipment was 
used for demonstration purposes. 

The Board therefore determines that the Assistant Secretary erred in his decision by concluding that: 

a. Taxpayer's occasional sales of equipment from its showroom do not constitute the sale of tangible personal 
property in the regular course of its business. 

b. Taxpayer's withdrawal of articles of machinery for placement in its showroom as demonstrators constitutes use 
of the property; therefore. Taxpayer is liable for sales or use tax on its purchases of tangible personal property used 
to fabricate said articles. 

The Board, limiting its decision to the Taxpayer at issue because of the unique facts presented in this matter, determines that 
the Assistant Secretary erred in ruling that the showroom equipment was not held "for sale" in the regular course of Taxpayer's 
business. 

WHEREFORE, the Tax Review Board Orders that the Assistant Secretary's final decision sustaining the Division's denial 
of Taxpayer's demand for a refund of sales and use taxes for the period of June 1. 1992. through May 31. 1995 is hereby reversed. 

Made and entered into the IZ"* day of May. 1999. 

/s/ Harlan E. Boyles. Chairman 

State Treasurer 

/s/ Jo Anne Sanford. Member 

Chair. Utilities Commission 



/s/ 



Noel L. Allen, Appointed Member 



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1990 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTY OF WAKE 



BEFORE THE 
TAX REVIEW BOARD 



IN THE MATTER OF: 

The Proposed Assessment of Additional 
Income Tax for the Taxable Year 1 99 1 
By the Secretary of Revenue 

vs. 

Bobby E. McKenzie 
Taxpayer 



ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION 
Number: 355 



This matter was heard before the Tax Review Board in the City of Raleigh, Wake County. North Carolina, on February 1 1 , 
1999, upon Taxpayer's petition for administrative review of the Final Decision of the Secretary of Revenue entered on May 1 1 , 1998, 
sustaining the proposed assessment of additional income tax for the taxable year 1991. 

Taxpayer did not appear at the hearing. George W. Boy Ian, Special Deputy Attorney General appeared at the hearing on 
behalf of the Secretary of Revenue. 

Chairman Harlan E. Boyles, State Treasurer presided over the hearing with Jo Anne Sanford, Chair, Utilities Commission 
and duly appointed member, Noel L. Allen, Attorney at Law participating. 

Pursuant to G.S. 105-159 and G.S. 105-241.1, a Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment reflecting additional tax, 
penalty and interest was mailed to Taxpayer. The proposed assessment resulted from information obtained from the Internal Revenue 
Service's CP2000 document matching program reflecting adjustments to Taxpayer's 1991 federal income tax return. G.S. 105-159 
provides that if the federal government adjusts an individual's federal taxable income, the taxpayer must file a return with the 
Secretary within two years disclosing the corrected taxable income. If no amended return is filed, the Secretary ni,i\ propose un 
assessment of additional liability within three years after the date the Secretary ultimately receives the federal dctcrnviation. 

On April 13,1 994, the federal government increased Taxpayer's gross income for tax year 1 99 1 . The correction reflected 
unreported unemployment compensation paid to the Taxpayer by the Employment Security Commission. On January 3. 1995, the 
federal government informed the Secretary of its adjustment to Taxpayer's 1991 tax return. Consequently, on December 26. 1997. 
the Secretary also increased Taxpayer's taxable income for 199 1 . Pursuant to G.S. 1 05-241 .2, Taxpayer timely tiled a notice of intent 
and petition for administrative review of the Assistant Secretary's final decision with the Tax Review Board. 

ISSUE 

The issue to be decided in this matter is as follows: 

Is the additional income tax assessment proposed against the Taxpayer for taxable year 1991 lawful and piopei? 

EVIDENCE 

The evidence presented at hearing before the Secretary of Revenue and included in the record before the Board is stated as 
follows: 

1 . Memorandum dated April 18,1 996, from the Secretary of Revenue to the Assistant Secretary of Revenue, designalci I .is Exhibit 

PT- 1 . 

2. Taxpayer's North Carolina individual income tax return for the taxable year 1991, designated as Exhibit PT-2. 

3. Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment for the taxable year 1991 dated December 26. 1997, designated as Exhibit PT-3. 



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4. CP-2000 Match Notice, a copy of which is designated as Exhibit PT-4. 

5. Letter dated January 12, 1998, from the Taxpayer to the Department of Revenue, designated Exhibit PT-5. 

6. Letter dated February 10, 1998, from Charles T. Hawks, Administrative Officer in the Personal Taxes Division to Taxpayer, 

designated as Exhibit PT-6. 

7. Letter dated February 1 2, 1 998, from Taxpayer to Charles T. Hawks, Administrative Officer in the Personal Taxes Division, 
designated as Exhibit PT-7. 

8. Letter dated February 27, 1998, from Michael A. Hannah to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit PT-8. 

9. Letter dated March 5, 1998, from Taxpayer to Michael A. Hannah, designated as Exhibit PT-9. 

10. Letter dated March 12. 1998, from Michael A. Hannah to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit PT-10. 

1 1 . Letter dated March 1 7, 1998. from Michael A. Hannah to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit PT-1 1 . 

1 2. North Carolina Department of Revenue, Management Information Services Division IRS TAPE LOG, CP2000 Tape Inventory, 
and computer printout designated as Exhibit PT-12. 

13. Letter dated March 19, 1998, from Michael A. Hannah to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit PT-1 3. 

14. Letter dated April 6, 1998, from Taxpayer to Michael A. Hannah, designated as Exhibit PT-14. 

15. Letter dated April 14. 1998, from Michael A. Hannah to the Taxpayer, designated as Exhibit PT-15. 

FINDINGS OF FACT 
The Board reviewed the following findings of fact in the Assistant Secretary's decision: 

1 . Taxpayer, at all material times, is a natural person, sui juris, and a resident of North Carolina. 

2. Taxpayer timely filed his 1991 individual tax return which reflected an overpayment of tax which was refunded by the 
Department. 

3. The Internal Revenue Service increased Taxpayer's federal taxable income in the amount of $3,150 paid by the Employment 
Security Commission on North Carolina and notified Taxpayer of the adjustment on April 13, 1994. 

4. Taxpayer did not file an amended State individual income tax return reflecting the change by the Internal Revenue Service, nor 
notify the Department of this change. 

5. Based upon information obtained on January 3. 1995, under the Internal Revenue Service's CP2000 Match Program, the 
Department increased Taxpayer's income in the amount of $3,150.00 paid by the Employment Security Commission of North 
Carolina. 

6. The Department asserted the twenty-five percent penalty for the failure to report the federal changes within two years with 
accrued interest. 

7. Pursuant to G.S. 105-159andG.S. 105-241.1. a Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment for the taxable year 1991 reflecting 
additional tax, interest, and penalty was proposed on December 26, 1997. 

8. Taxpayer has not furnished any information to show that the assessment by the Internal Revenue Service for additional federal 
income tax has been amended or that the proposed State assessment for the taxable year 1991 is otherwise in error. 

9. The penalty and interest were properly calculated. 

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CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

The Board reviewed the following conclusions of law in the Assistant Secretary's decision: 

1 . G.S. 1 05- 1 34.5(a) defines North Carolina taxable income as federal taxable income, adjusted as provided in G.S. 1 05- 1 34,6 and 
G.S. 105-134.7 for differences in state and federal law. 

2. No adjustment provided in G.S. 105-134.6 and G.S. 105-134.7 are applicable to the items at issue; therefore, the changes to 
Taxpayer's federal income tax returns are applicable to the State income tax return. 

3. The proposed assessment is based on information received from the Internal Revenue Service and is presumed to be correct. 
The burden to show otherwise rests solely with the taxpayer. 

4. A Taxpayer whose net income is changed, corrected or otherwise determined by the Internal Revenue Service, must file a return 
with the State reporting that change or determination of net income within two years after receipt of the Internal Revenue Service 
Report. When the taxpayer does not file the required amended return and the Department obtains a copy of the Internal Revenue 
Service report, an assessment may be proposed for any additional tax plus penalty and interest at any time within three years from 
the date the report is received from the Internal Revenue Service. 

5. A twenty-five percent penalty is required for failure to report federal changes within two years. 

6. All assessments bear interest from the time the tax or additional tax is due until paid. 

7. Taxpayer has not shown that the failure to report the federal changes within two years and to pay the tax by the due date was due 
to reasonable cause. 

8. The Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment for the taxable vear 1991 was properly issued pursuant to G.S. 105-159 and 
G.S. 105-241.1 and is, under the facts, lawful and proper. 

DECISION 

The scope of administrative review for petitions filed with the Tax Review Board is governed by G.S. 105 241 .2(b2). After 
the Board conducts a hearing this statute provides in pertinent part: 

(b2). "The Board shall confirm, modify, reverse, reduce or increase the assessment or decision 
of the Secretary." 

Assessments of tax are presumed to be correct and the taxpayer has the burden to show that the assessment is not proper. 
From a review of the record. Taxpayer failed to furnish evidence to show that the proposed assessment is this matter was in ertor. 
Thus, the Board having conducted a hearing in this matter, and having considered the petition, the brief the record and the Assistant 
Secretary's final decision, concludes that there exist sufficient evidence in the record to confirm the Assistant Secretary's final 
decision. 

WHEREFORE, the Tax Review Board Orders that the Assistant Secretary's final decision sustaining the proposed 
assessment of additional income tax for the taxable year 1991 against the Taxpayer is hereby confirmed. 

Made and entered into the 12** day of May, 1999. 

/s/ Harlan E. Boyles, Chairman 

State Treasurer 

/s/ Jo Anne Sanford, Member 

Chair, Utilities Commission 

/s/ Noel L. Allen, Appointed Member 



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RULE-MAKING AGENDA 



Ah agency may choose to piihlish a rule-making agenda which serves as a notice of rule-making proceedings if the agenda 
includes the information required in a notice of rule-making proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the agenda 
for at least 60 days from the publication date. Statutory reference: G.S. 150B-2I.2. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

This agenda will serve as the notice of rule-maiving proceedings for the following rule-making bodies from June 15. 1999 through 
August 15. 1999: 

Environmental Management Commission - to rules codified in 15A NCAC 2D. 2Q & 2P. 

DENR Regulatory Agenda Index - May 20. 1999 

AIR QUALITY 

APA # SUBJECT RULE CITATION # 

E278 1 Nitrogen Oxides 1 5 A NCAC 2D . 1 400 

E2782 Good Operation and Maintenance 1 5A NCAC 2D .0542 (New Rule) 

E2783 Title V Permitting 1 5 A NCAC 2Q .0 1 02. .0502 

WASTE MANAGEMENT 

APA # SUBJECT RULE CITATION # 

E2796 Preapproval assessment and 1 5A NCAC 2P .0402 

cleanup tasks associated with 

leaking petroleum underground 

storage tanks 

DENR Regulatory Agenda - May 20, 1999 

.^.PA #; E2781 

SUBJECT: Nitrogen Oxides 

RULE CITATION #: 15A NCAC 2D .1400 

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: G.S. 143-215.3(a)(l); 143-215. 107(a)(5), ( 10) 

DIVISION/SECTION: AIR QUALITY 

DIVISION CONTACT: Thorn Allen 

DIVISION CONTACT TEL#: (919)733-1489 

DATE INITIATED: 04/20/1999 

DURATION OF RULE: Permanent 

TYPE OF RULE: 

STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT: Concept Stage 

GOV LEVELS AFFECTED: None 

REASON FOR ACTION : 

To adopt nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission limits for five electrical power plants. 
SCOPE/NATURE/SUMMARY : 

Exceedences of the new eight-hour ozone standard are being measured at many of the ambient air ozone monitors in the 

State. Nitrogen oxides are one of the contributors to the ozone problem. 

EPA has issued a State Implementation Plan (SIP) call for states to reduce emissions from major stationary sources of 
nitrogen oxides. The SIP call was issued in 63 FR 57356 (10/27/98). 

EPA'sSIP call is currently under litigation. The outcome of that court case will detennine what action North Carolina will 
take and when that action will be taken. Several options are being considered. One could require reductions from the tlve 
largest power plants initially and then, after additional study, require reduction from other sources, but not necessarily all 
the sources that are covered in EPA's SIP call. Another option would be to require reductions as set out in EPA's SIP call. 

Electrical power plants are a significant source of nitrogen oxides. A majority of the emissions of nitrogen oxides in North 
Carolina from stationary combustion sources come from five electrical power plants. These plants are the Marshall. Belews 



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Creek and Allen of Duke Power Company and Roxboro and Mayo of Carolina Power and Light Company. The emission 
standard that is being considered for the coal-fired units at these five plants is 0.15 pounds per million Btu. 

In addition to reducing emissions of nitrogen oxides from these five power plants, the remaining power plants and other 
boilers or turbines generating electricity may be required to reduce their emissions to 0.15 pounds per million Btu. 
Furthermore, boilers and turbines not generating electricity may be required to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides by 60 
percent on average. Stationary reciprocating internal combustion engines would be required to comply with the standards 
in 40 CFR Part 98, Subpart A. 

Rules involved in this proposal include rules in Section 15 A NCAC 2D .1400, Nitrogen Oxides. A new rule is being 
considered to allow trading of excess emission reductions while maintaining the degree of reduction necessary to achieve 
air quality goals. 

These rule changes are the first in a series of rule changes dealing with nitrogen oxide emissions impacting ozone 
nonattainment areas. 

APA #: E2782 

SUBJECT: Good Operation and Maintenance 

RULE CITATION #: 15A NCAC 2D .0542 (New Rule) 

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: G.S. 143-215. 3(a)( 1 ); 143-215. 107(a)t5) 

DIVISION/SECTION: AIR QUALITY 

DIVISION CONTACT: Thorn Allen 

DIVISION CONTACT TEL#: (919)733-1489 

DATE INITIATED: 04/20/1900 

DURATION OF RULE: Permanent 

TYPE OF RULE: 

STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT: Concept Stage 

GOV LEVELS AFFECTED: None 

REASON FOR ACTION : 

To adopt a new rule to require good operation and maintenance of sources and associated air pollution control devices. 

SCOPE/NATURE/SUMMARY : 

A new rule is being considered to require owners or operators of sources to maintain and operate ^;.>ulCes, including 
associated air pollution control devices, in a manner consistent with good air pollution control practice for minimizing 
emissions. Determination of whether acceptable operating and maintenance procedures are being used will be based on 
information available to the Division of Air Quality, which may include monitoring results, review of operating and 
maintenance procedures, and inspection of the sources. 

APA #: E2783 

SUBJECT: Title V Permitting 

RULE CITATION #: 15A NCAC 2Q .0102, .0502 

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: G.S. l43-215.3(a)( I ): 143-215.108 

DIVISION/SECTION: AIR QUALITY 

DIVISION CONTACT: Thorn Allen 

DIVISION CONTACT TEL#: (919)733-1489 

DATE INITIATED: 04/20/1999 

DURATION OF RULE: Permanent 

TYPE OF RULE: 

STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT: Concept Stage 

GOV LEVELS AFFECTED: None 

REASON FOR ACTION : 

To make the Title V permitting rules compatible with the latest EPA interpretation of the Clean Air Act. 
SCOPE/NATURE/SUMMARY : 

EPA has identified several deficiencies. These deficiencies concern permit exemptions and research and dcvclopnicni 

facilities. 

Under the current rules (15A NCAC 2Q .0502(c)) research and development operations located at manufacturing facilities 
are considered as a separate and discrete facility for the purposes of determining whether such operations constitute a major 



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facility subject to the Title V permitting requirements. Except where such research and development operations by 
themselves constitute a major facility, they shall be exempted from Title V permitting requirements. EPA objects to this 
type of treatment for research and development operations. Emissions from research and development operations need to 
be included with emissions from other sources at the facility to determine Title V applicability. Research and development 
operations at a Title V facility must be included on the Title V permit. Tlius, Paragraph © of 15A NCAC 2Q .0302 needs 
to be deleted. 

EPA also wants an additional gatekeeper added to Paragraph (a) of 15A NCAC 2Q .0102, Activities Exempted from Permit 
Requirements. This gatekeeper would exclude sources at a Title V facility from the exemptions listed in Paragraph (b) of 
this Rule if it is covered under a source category-specific standard in the North Carolina State Implementation Plan. 

Furthermore, EPA states that the State may not grant outright exemption from permitting of any source or insignificant 
activity. To address this problem, the introductory phrase of 15A NCAC 2Q .0102 (b) may be revised. It could be changed 
to state that the list in Paragraph (b) are insignificant activities at facilities required to have a Title V permit. (Then a 
condition could be placed in the permit stating that all insignificant activities are subject to all applicable requirements.) For 
facilities not required to have a Title V permit, these activities would continue to be exempted from permitting. 

APA #: E2796 

SUBJECT; Preapproval assessment and cleanup tasks associated with leaking petroleum 
underground storage tanks 

RULE CITATION #: 1 5 A NCAC 2P .0402 

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: G.S. l43-215.94E(e2); 1998-161 

DIVISION/SECTION: WASTE MANAGEMENT 

DIVISION CONTACT: George Matthis 

DIVISION CONTACT TEL#: (919)733-1332 

DATE INITIATED: 05/13/1999 

DURATION OF RULE: Temporary 07/08/1999 

TYPE OF RULE: 

STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT: Draft Rule Stage 

GOV LEVELS AFFECTED: None 

REASON FOR ACTION : 

The General Assembly required the Commission to adopt a rule that would specify those tasks performed during the 
assessment and cleanup of petroleum underground storage tanks that must be preapproved by the Department prior to 
performing the work. This legislation specifically authorizes the Commission to adopt a temporary rule by October 1 , 1999. 
This proposed rule amendment has been drafted to satisfy the General Assembly's direction. 

SCOPE/NATURE/SUMMARY : 

This rule amendment would specify those tasks related to the assessment and cleanup of releases from petroleum 
underground storage tanks that must be preapproved by the Department before the work proceeds. It would also state that 
the Department is authorized to deny any request for reimbursement from the Leaking Petroleum Underground Storage Tank 
Cleanup Funds for the cost of any task for which preapproval was required but not obtained. 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Notice of Rule-making Proceedings is a statement of subject matter of the agency's proposed rule making. The agency must 
publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of a rule. 
Publication of a temporary rule ser\-es as a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings and can be found in the Register under the section 
heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an agency serx'es as Rule-making Proceedings and can be 
found in the Register under the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference: G.S. 150B-21.2. 



TITLE 4 - DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

CHAPTER 3 - BANKING COMMISSION 

SUBCHAPTER 3L - CHECK CASHING BUSINESSES 

» TOtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the Office of the Commissioner of Banks. State Banking Commission in 
1 V accordance with G.S. J50B-2J.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt 
as a result of this notice of rule -making proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Mailing: 4 NCAC 3L. Other rules may he proposed in the course of the rule- 
making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 53-92. 53-93. 53-288. 

Statement of the Subject Matter: In 1 997, the NC General Assembly adopted Senate Bill 312, "An Act to Regulate Check-Cashing 
Businesses, " as Article 22 of Chapter 53 of the General Statutes. The State Banking Commission intends to adopt rules which define 
certain terms and practices and which establish certain policies and compliance requirements. The State Banking Commission 
further intends to arrange for the collection of such information as required by Section 2 of the same Senate Bill 312. mandating a 
report by the Commissioner of Banks to the 2001 General Assembly". ..in the practices of licensees with regard to checks caslied 
pursuant to G.S. 53-281, including any evidence as to consumer complaints, unfair or deceptive trade practices, and the frequency 
of repeated use by individuals of postdated or delayed deposit checks... " 

Reason for Proposed Action: There have been questions and concerns raised as to the proper operation of the statute especially 
as to post-dated and delayed deposit checks, and there is a need for rules to provide guidance to industry participants as to 
acceptable practices and procedures. 

Comment Procedures: Amv comments should be forwarded to Otis M. Meacham. Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Commissioner 
Banks, PO Box 10709, Raleigh, NC 27605-0709. 



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PROPOSED RULES 



This Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication of text, the agency published a Notice 
of Rule-making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from the publication 
date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The required comment period is 60 days 
for a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least fire million dollars ($5,000,000). Statutory reference: G.S. I50B- 
21.2. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the DENR - Environmental Management Commission 
intends to adopt the rules cited as 15A NCAC 2E .0501 -.0504: 
amend the rules cited as ISA NCAC 2E .01 06-.0 107: and repeal 
rules cited as 15A NCAC 2E .0102-.0103, .0201 -,0202, .0205. 
Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on AprU 15, 1999, 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 1:00-4:00 p.m. and 
6:00-8:00 p.m. on July 14, 1999 at the Craven County 
Community College Auditorium, New Bern, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: There is increasing evidence of 
present and future groundwater supply shortages within the 
area encompassed by the following 15 North Carolina counties: 
Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Edgecombe, Greene, Jones, 
Lenoir, Martin, Onslow, Pamlico. Pitt, Washington, Wayne and 
Wilson. Within these counties groundwater from the Black 
Creek and Upper Cape Fear aquifers is being withdrawn at a 
rate that exceeds the available recharge. To address threatened 
groundwater supplies in the region the North Carolina Division 
<f Water Resources requests the Environmental Management 
Commission to create a capacity- use area. The Central Coastal 
Plain Capacity Use Area would regulate water use through 
permitting to avoid damage to the groundwater resources and 
to maintain those sources of water indefinitely. The proposed 
regulation is a major rule and would affect both state funds and 
local government expenditures. 

Water levels in the Black Creek and Upper Cape Fear 
aquifers have been declining since the late 1960s as dociitnented 
by Division of Water Resources databases. The Division has 
anecdotal information from the 1920s that water flowed from 
artesian wells at the time they were constructed. This continued 
decline, from free-flowing wells to water levels as much as 195 
feet below land surface, indicates that current withdrawals of 
water from these aquifers exceed the available supply that can 
be used on a sustainable basis. Regulating the use of water in 
this area fulfills the intent of the Water Use Act of 1967 to 
protect the resource and to allow water uses that can be 
sustained into the future. Water users in this area have 
overused the resource since it has provided the highest quality 
water for their uses at the lowest costs. Growth in demand and 
the physical limits of the hydrogeologic system have resulted in 
the present situation. 



Demands for water exceed the safe yields of the Black Creek 
and Upper Cape Fear aquifers such that other sources of water 
must be brought on line by water supply systems. Suiface water 
and other aquifers will be used to meet this deficit. The 
aval lability of suiface water sources in these counties is affected 
by water quality issues. Therefore, the proposed capacity use 
area includes regulation of both suiface and groundwater 
withdrawals. The high yielding Castle Hayne aquifer is 
available in the eastern portion of the affected area. This 
capacity use area is proposed to include those eastern counties 
to control the exchange of water and promote controlled 
development of alternative supplies. Because the proposed 
capacity use area encompasses all areas within the existing 
Capacit}- Use Area No. I that require continued regulation, the 
existing Capacity Use Area No. I declaration and rule ( I5A 
NCA C2E.020I,. 0202, and . 0205) should be repealed when this 
proposed rule becomes effective. 

The Water Use Act of 1967 allows for the Environmental 
Management Commission to "declare and delineate from time 
to time, and may modify, capacity use areas of the State where 
it finds that the use of groundwater or suiface water or both 
require coordination and limited regulation for protection of the 
interests and rights of residents or property owners of such 
areas or of the public interest. " The Act further states that a 
capacity use area "is one where the Commission finds that the 
aggregate uses of groundwater or surface water, or both, in or 
affecting said area (i) have developed or threatened to develop 
to a degree which requires coordination and regulation, or (ii) 
exceed or threaten to exceed, or othenvise threaten or impair, 
the renewal or replenishment of such waters or any part of 
them. " 

The most threatened portions of the Black Creek and Upper 
Cape Fear aquifers lie beneath the following fifteen North 
Carolina counties: Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, Duplin, 
Edgecombe, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Onslow, Pamlico, 
Pitt, Washington, Wayne and Wilson. The Division recommends 
water use regulation take place in these counties. 

The Division 's recommendation is based on the following 
concerns: 

a. Water level drawdowns . Monitoring wells specifically 
designed to track water levels in the Black Creek and 
Upper Cape Fear aquifers show water level drawdown 
trends ranging from declines of one to eight feet per year. 
Those monitoring wells are distributed throughout an 
8000 square mile portion of the Central Coastal Plain. 

b. Dewaterins . Water levels from water supply systems in 



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several of these counties show drawdowns below the top 
of the aquifer by as much as 150 feet. Dewatering is 
known to cause irreparable hann to the aquifer's ability 
to yield water. 

c. Current and projected water use . Current and projected 
water use reported through the Local Water Supply 
Planning process (G.S. 143-355(1) & (m)j plus water use 
by other users have been compared to the estimated safe 
yield from the Black Creek and Upper Cape Fear 
aquifers. Projections through the year 2020 indicate a 
growing deficit in water supply. It is clear that other 
sources of water must be developed to make up this 
deficit. 

d. Alternate water sources . The location and nature of 
alternate water supply sources for this region of North 
Carolina, including surface water and the Castle Hayne 
aquifer, make solutions to this problem more complex 
and extend the area affected by the problem. These other 
sources of water are limited due to water quality 
concerns in the lower Neuse and Pamlico River basins 
and inadequate access to the Castle Hayne aquifer for 
many of the affected water systems. 

Fiscal Note: 15A NCAC 2E .0502 affects the expenditures or 
revenues of local government funds and expenditure or 
distribution of State finds subject to the Executive Budget Act, 
Article 1 of Chapter 143. This Rule does have a substantial 
economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000) in 
a 12-month period. 

Fiscal Note: 15A NCAC 2E .0I02-.0W3, .0I06-.0107, .0201- 
.0202. .0205. .0501, .0503-.0504 do not affect the expenditures 
or revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2E - WATER USE REGISTRATION 
AND ALLOCATION 

SECTION .0100 - AUTHORITY 

.0102 PURPOSE 

Tliese regulations are intend e d to provide fo r the manag e me n t 
of water withdrawal and uses in the designated capacity use 
areas as n e eded to co n s erv e water resources in the areas, and to 
m a i ntain — co n d iti o ns — that — are — conductive — to — the — orderly 
development and beneficial use of these re sou r ces. 

Authority G.S 143-215.12; 143-215.14. 

.0103 SCOPE 

These r egulat i ons establish genera l and s p ecific r equi r ements 
that are applicable to all perso n s who withd r aw, obtain o r utilize 
wate r within the designated capacity use a r eas. — Special 
r equirements applicab l e to individual users will normally be 



included in appropriate water use permits. 
Authority G.S 143-215.14. 

.0106 DEFINITIONS 

As used herein, unless the context otherwise requires: 

( 1 ) "Director" means the Director of the Division of 
Environmental Management. Water Resources. 

(2) "Division" means the Division of Environmental 
Management. Water Resources. 

Authority' G.S 87-87; 143-215.14; 143-215.21. 

.0107 DELEGATION 

(a) The Director is delegated the authority to grant, modify, 
revoke or deny permits under G.S. 143-215. L5 and G.S. 
143-215.16. 

(b) The Director may delegate any permitting function given 
by the rules of this Subchapter. 

(c) The Director is delegated the authority to assess civil 
penalties and request the Attorney General to institute civil 
actions under G.S. 143-215.17. 

(d) The Director of the Division of Water Resources is 
delegated the authority to process applications and collect fees 
for registration of water withdrawals and transfers under G.S. 
l43-215.22HandG.S. 143- 215.3(a)(lb). 

(e) The Director of the Division of Water Resources may 
delegate any water withdrawal or transfer registration processing 
functions given by the rules of this Subchapter. 

Authority G.S. 143-215. 3(a)( 1 ); 143-215. 3(a)(4). 

SECTION .0200 - CAPACITY USE AREA NO. i 

.0201 DECLARATION AND DELINEATION OF 
CAPACITY USE AREA NO. 1 



TheEnvironme 
of Dece m be r . 1968 



ntal Management Commission on the 1 8th day 
dec l a r ed and de li nea t ed the following 



d e scribed g e ograph i cal area a capacity u.se area : 

"Tliat area bounded by a line beginning at the intersection 
o f Highway US 17 a n d Roa n oke Rive r , at Will i am s ton. and 
mnning south along Highway US 1 7 to the Ma r t i n-Deaufc m 
Counties line: thence no i thwest along the Mttrti n-Bca trfcirt 
Counties line to the Pitt County line: the nte ^ne r ally sou th 
along the Pitt-D e aufo i l Co un ties line to t he C r av err County 
line: thence southwest alo n g the Pi t t-Crave n C-onirtt es l i ne 
to the Neuse River: thence southeast along thcNeus e Rive r 
to New Be r n: thence south along Highway U S-'TQ-'to 
Morehead City and on to Atlantic: the n ce north t ilong Hie 
eastern edge of Cedar Island, ac r oss Pam l ico Sound, alon g 
t he eastern edge of Great Island, to t he in tTn-sectiorr-of 
Highways US 264 and NC 94 near the s otTth->-tnTrc-tTf Lake 
Mattamusk e et: th ence noilh along Highw zy^HC' 94 to 
Columbia: then ce wes t along the sout h'shore-of'A-fb'.'inarte 
Sound to the mouth of Roa n oke R i ve r:- thertce-gene rally 
southwest along Roanoke R iver to f Irgiiwav-l+S— h7~af 
Williamston. the beginning." 



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Aiithorin G.S. 143-215.13. 

.0202 PERSONS WITHDRAWING GROUNDWATER 
IN CAPACITY USE AREAS 

(tr) Peimils Requir e d 
Hi Wa ter Us e P er mi t 

tA) No pe r son shall, after June 18, 1969 (as 
designa t ed the Commission), withdraw, obtain 
or u t iliz e su r face waters or groundwaters, or 
both, in e xcess of 100.000 gallons per day for 
a n y p urp os e u n l e ss such p er so n shall firs t 
apply for a w at e r use permit the re for from the 
Directo r . 

i;^ Applica t ion for such water use peirnit shall be 
submi t ted on a form approved by the Director. 
An approved fuiiii. may be obtained from the 
D e pai t m e nt — of — Natu r al — Resources — and 
Community Development. P.O. Box 27687. 
Raleigh. N.C. 27611. Tlie application shall 
de sc r ibe t he s pecif ic p urp o s e or pur p oses for 
which t he wate r will h e wi th d r awn o r used, and 
shall j usti f y the quantity ne e ded for e ach 
purpose. — E ach a p plication submitted t o the 
Division will be co n s i de re d a n d acted upon as 
soon as practicable. Pe n di n g t he Director's 
issuance o r denial of a pe r mit, tl ' ie app l icant 
may cont in ue the same wi t hd r awal or use 
which ex i sted p ri o r to the date of d e clara t ion of 
the capacit y use a re a. 

(C^ Water use permits shall be issued for a period 
to be determined by the Director but not to 
exceed the l o ng e st of the following: 
fr) 10 y e ars, o r 
ttH the du r at i on of the existence of the 

capacity use area, oi 
tml t he peri od found by the D i rector to be 
n ecessa r y for reasonable a m ortization of 
t he applicant's water withdrawal a n d 
water using facilities : 

(©1 Each wa ter use peiiiiit slia ll he s ubject t o 
review. — modification — or — ren ewal — by — the 
Directo r as set forth in Section I4.'^-215. 15(c) 
of the Gene r al Statutes of North Ca r olina 
(WaterUs e Actof 1967). Holde r s of wate r use 
permits will be expected to notify the D ir ec t or 
of any majoi changes in usage : — Review of 
water us e p ermits may require the j ustif i ca ti on 
of continuing needs and the docume n tatio n of 
all water conservati o n measures. 

fir) Water use permits shall not be t r a n sfe rr ed 
e xcept with the app r oval of the Dir e ctor. 

fEl Water withdrawn u n de r a n y water use pe r mit 
shall be used only fo r the purpose(s) set fo r th 
in the permit. 
(21 Well Construction Peimil 

tAi A well construction pe r mit shall be obtained 
p r ior to constructio n of all wells except those 



constructed for individual domestic wat e r 
supplies. 
t&) Application for a well constmction permit sliall 
be made of Foiiii GW22, "Application foi 
Permit to Construct a Well." which can b e 
obtained from the Division. — Tl ie application 
shall state the purpose of the well, and shall 
in clude t he p r opos e d location, constructi on 
s p ecifica t ions, the es t imated withdrawal ral e , 
t he loca t ion and owne r ship of all wa t er-supply 
w e lls wi t hin a radius of ei t he r, 
(f) 1,000 f e et for we l ls witlidi awing less 

t han 100.000 gallons per day. 

(tH 1 ,500 — feet — for — w e lls — wi t hdrawing 

100.000 to 1.000.000 gallons pci day, ^ 

tfrf) 2,500 feet fo r w e lls withdrawing moie 

than 1.000.000 gallo n s pe r day: and 

such o t her information as the Director 

may r e asonably deem necessary. 

i:b^ Withd r awal and Watcr-Level Co n t r ols Required 

Mi To t a l Q u antity. Tl i e water use permit i ssued by the 

Direc t o r shall establish the maximum total quantity 

th at m ay be wi t hdrawn daily, and may specify the 

timing of withdrawals. 

(2i Maximum Wi t hdrawal Rates. — Max i m u m rates of 

w ithd r awal of water from — i nd i vidual — wells o r 

sur fac e -water intakes may be set fonh i n the water use 

pe r mit issued by the Directo r , whe n t he Director 

dete r min e s that such contro l i s re qu ir ed t o conserve 

wat er or p r otect t he water quali t y. 

t3i Max i m u m Drawdown Levels. Tl ie water use peii i iit 

may specify the lowest wate r le v el t hat may be 

p r oduced in any well or w e lls. 

iA) Addi t ional Provisions. Tl i e wate r use permit shall be 

issued subject to such other p r ovisio n s as the Director 

deems nccessai7 to c o n serve or pro t ect the water 

resources of the capacity us e a r ea. Tlie peim i t may. 

(A) require that the ap p licant cooperate with the 

Division, and with o t her usen; of water in the 

affect e d ar e a. i i idete r iTii i iiiigai i d implementing 

r easo n abl e — and — p r actical — methods — and 

proc e ss e s to conse r ve and protect the water 

re source s — whil e — avoiding — or — minimizing 

adverse effec t s on the quantity and quality of 

wa t er available to pe r sons whose wa t er supply 

h as bee n materially r educed or impaired as a 

re sult of w it hd r awals made pursuant to wa t er 

use p e rmits: 

(©) r e quire tha t any po rti o n of the wa ter withdrawn 

be returned t o the sou r c e or t o any other stream 

o r aqu i f e r as approv e d b y the Di re cto r : 

fC) require the holder of a water us e permit to 

obtain the Director's approval of the locations 

and distribution of individual surface-water 

intakes and wells, and of the depths, zones, 

aquife r s o r parts of a q uife r s from which 

w i thd r awals mav b e m ade: 



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{&) require that e ach well o r surface-water intake 

be equipped with an approved moni t oring 

device that will pr ov i d e a co n tinuous record of 

w i thd r awals within an accuracy of plus o r 

m i n us five percent; 

(El r equ ir e tha t o b servation stations or w ell s be 

i n s t alled and maintained for mon i to ri ng water 

le vel s a n d wat er qua l it y; 

(F) r e q u ir e that holde r s of water use permi t s uni t e 

in jo in t e ffor t s to co n serve wate r quantity and 

qual it y by a n y and all of the requirements in 

this Rule when applicable. 

tv) Reports Required 

t+l Well Record or Well Completion or Abandonment 

Report. Any person compl e ti n g o r a b andoning any 

well s h all furnish the Director, on Fo r m GW-1. a 

c eit iF ie d reco r d of t he constmction or a b ando nm ent of 

such well w i thin a p e riod of 30 days from completion 

of constmction o r abandonment, as required in the 

provisions of Articl e 7. Ch a pt e r 87 and Article 38. 

Chapter 143. General Sta t utes of No r th Caro l ina. Tlie 

required comple t ion report shall include t he location. 

size, d e pth, casing r e co r d, method of finishing. 

foimation log. static wate r le ve l, yield da t a and 

records of any surveys, geophysical logs, test or wat er 

a n aly se s. — Samples of formation cuttings from all 

w e ll s s h all be fur ni shed t o the Director except when 

t he Director specifies that suc h sa mp les a r e n ot 

required. For wells withd r awing more than 1 .000.000 

ga ll ons a day. a description of the proposed device for 

me te r i n g withd r awals i s r equ ir ed. — Tlie required 

abandonment report shall include the lo c atio n a n d 

method of sealing and plugging. 

(5) R ep orts a n d Reco r ds of Withd r awal from eac i i 

Source. — For withdrawals of m o r e th an 100.000 

gallons per day. monthly reports of daily withdrawals 

from each well o r surface-water intake shall be 

fur n ished to th e D ire cto r n ot late r than 15 days afte r 

the end of each calendar month. Withdrawals s h all be 

measured by a method acceptable to the Director. 

Withdrawals of 1.000.000 gallons p e r day or more 

sh a ll b e measured by an app r oved me t e rin g dev i ce. 

equipped with an automatic chart r ecorde r , and 

having any accuracy of plus or minus five percent. 

Th e required repo r ts shall include copies of chart 



t3) Reports of Wate r Levels. — For withdrawals of less 

than 1.000.000 gallons per day, water level reporting, 

if required, may be specified i n the permit. — For 

withd r awals of 1.000,000 gallons per day o r mor e 

mon t hly reports of wate r l ev els shall be fu r nis h ed to 

th e D i rec t o r n ot later than 1 5 days after the e n d of 

e ach calendar month as follows : 

(A) the pumping water level for each supply well 

as measured with a steel o r elect r ic tap e from a 

fi xed — r efe r e n ce — po int — e ach — day — at 

a p p r oximately th e s am e h o u r , o r at su ch othe r 



time intervals as may be satisfactory to the 
D ire c t o r . The measurem e nts shall be within 
acc ur ac y l im its of plus or minus 0.25 of a foot 
or th r ee inches. 

(ft) The leve l of eac h su r face wate r used as a 
source of supply, as measured by a method and 
at such frequency as specifi e d i n the pe r mit. 

(C^ The Water levels in observatio n wells other 

than supply wells as measu r ed f r om a fixed 

reference point at interva l s s p ecifi e d by the 

pe r mit. 

(4) Other Repo rt s. Tl i e D ir ector may require reports of 

other data p e rtine n t a n d nece ssary to the evaluation of 

the effects of w i thdrawals. 

Authority G.S. 143-215.14: 143-215.15. 

.0205 ACTIVITIES 

Activit i es Requ irin g P ri or Approval by the Commission. No 
construction or installation of wo r ks of im p r ovement which may 
significantly affect the quantity or quality of the wate r r esou r ces 
sha ll — be — undertaken — without — pr i or — app r oval — from — the 
Commission. Tlie s e include, bu t a r e not necessarily limited to. 
the following : 

irh Surface Drainage Projects 

(a1 Any project involving the dra nrctgconji^- e r su i n 
of po n ded or standing wa tcrr except water 
tempo r arily — i mpounded — as — the — re su lt — of 
flooding, from an area in excess of five ac r es; 
ttr) Application for approval o i' rmy such p r o j ect 
sh all in clude : 

(f) a d es c rip tio n of the a rea, 
(if) purpose of the p r o |ccrTmdmcthod-of 

dr ainage, a n d 
fffr) a ge n e r a l evaluation trf-thy probab le 
effects of the project on the wate r 
resources. 
(^ Subsurface D r ai n age P r ojects 

tal Amy — project — i nvolving the — withdrawal — or 
diversion of groundwater, except for t he 
pu r pose of water supply or agr i cultural use. 
that w i ll p r obably r esult i n I n-wcrin g existi n g 
groundwater levels o r a r tesian - head more ttran 
three feet for a period ( rf oitc yea r i n any ^area 
of m o r e than five ac r es; 
(tr> Application fo r approval of any such prrrrect 
shall include a description of the area, pu rp ose 
of the project and method of drainage, and a 
ge ner al e valuation of the probab tr effects of 

0) Well Mining Projects 

(a) Any — projects — involving the - r emoval — or 

extraction of minerals thro usrh wetts: 
ttr) Ap p lication for approv afof arrv'T^nch projcc t 

(tI a descri p tion of thrim-aiton^arrci extent 
o f t h e area; 



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(ttH 



m e thods, proc e dures and processes of 

removal or extraction; 

well-plugging and abandonm e nt 



procedur e s, and 
frr) an e valua ti on of the effects of t h e wate r 
re sou r ces. 
t4l Excavation Projec t s 

ta) Any p r oj e ct involving the excavation of any 

land that lies u n d e r wate r ; 
(bl Any proj e ct involving the e xcavation of any 
single ar e a in ex ce ss of five a cr es t o any depth 
b e l ow th e highest natu r al lev e l of groundwate r ; 
td App l i ca ti on for appioval of any such projects 
shall i n clude a desc r iption of the loca ti on a n d 
the extent of t lic area, purpose, depth, and 
e xcavation methods. 

Authority G.S. 143-215.14: 143-215.20. 

SECTION .0500 - CENTRAL COASTAL PLAIN 
CAPACITY USE AREA 

.0501 DECLARATION AND DELINEATION OF 
CENTRAL COASTAL PLAIN CAPACITY 
USE AREA 

The Environmental ManaRement Commission on [date to be 
inserted 1, declared and delineated all the area encompassed by 
the tbilowing 1 5 North Carolina counties as the Central Coastal 
Plain Capacity Use Area: Beaufort, Carteret. Craven. Duplin, 
Edaecombe, Greene. Jones, Lenoir. Martin. Onslow. Pamlico, 
Pitt, Washington, Wayne and Wilson. 

Authorities. 143-215.13. 

.0502 WITHDRAWAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Permitting. 
( I ) Existing withdrawal permits issued under 1 5 A NCAC 
2E .0200 within the Central Coastal Plain Capacity 
Use Area shall remain m effect until the expiration 
date specified m each permit. Permits are no longer 
required for withdrawals in Hyde and Tyrrell 
Counties as of the effective date of this Rule. 



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No person shal 1, after \ date to he inserted I , withdraw, 
obtain or utilize surface waters or groundwaters, or 
both, in excess of' 1 00,000 gallons per day for any 
purpose unless such person shall first obtain a water 
use permit from the Director. 

An application for a water use permit must he 
submitted, on a form approved by the Director, to the 
North Can^lina Division ot' Water Resources. The 
application shall describe the purpose or purposes for 
which water will be used, shall set forth the method 



and location of withdrawals. 



quantities needed, and shal 



shall justify the 
document water 



iii 



conservation measures to be used by the applicant to 
ensure efficient use of water and avoidance of waste. 
The Dircctcir shall issue, modify, revoke, or deny each 



permit as set forth in G.S. 143-215. 15(h) (Water Use 
Act of 1967). 

(5) Permit duration and transferability are set by the 
Director as described in G.S. 143-215. 16(a) and (b). 

(6) Requirements tor the measurement of water use shall 
be specified in the pennit and be consistent with G.S. 
143-215. 16(d) as determined by the Director. 

(7) Persons holding a pennit shall submit water usage and 
water level reports to the Director not later than 30 
days after the end of each permit reporting period as 
specified in the permit. Depending on Central Coastal 
Plain Water Management Plan requirements, the 
water sources used, withdrawal rates, and other 
criteria, reports may include: 

(A) Amounts of daily withdrawal from each well 
or surface water intake. 

(B) Pumping and static water levels for each 
supply well as measured with a steel or electric 
tape from a fixed reference point, or an 
alternative method as specified in the pennit. at 
time intervals specified m the permit. The 
measurements shall he within accuracy limits 
of plus or minus 0.25 feet. 

(C) Water level and associated flow rate ot" each 
surface water body used as a source of supply. 
as measured by a method and at such 
frequency as specified in the pennit. 

(D) Water levels in observations wells as measured 
from a fixed reference point at intervals 
specified in the permit. 

(E) Any other information the Director determines 
to be pertinent and necessary to the evaluation 
of the effects of withdrawals. 

(8) Water use permits may include restrictions on the 
timing of withdrawals to control adverse effects on 
other water users. 

(9) Water use permits shall specify the locations ol wells 
and the placement of screens or intakes to control salt 
water encr(>achinent. 

(10) Water use permits are issued to a person for a specific 
maximum withdrawal rate and an average withdrawal 
rate over a specified period of time and for specific 
surface water intakes or groundwater wells or 
combinations of both. Permit holders shall not 
increase water usage beyond the permitted rate nor 
add new wells or surface water intakes without prior 
approval from the Director. 

(11) The DirecKir may require permit holders to construct 
gaging stations and observation wells to observe 
water level and water quality conditions before and 
after water withdrawals begin. 

(12) Where the Director determines that the pennitted 
withdrawals will be less than the amount requested. 
the following factors will be considered m 
determining the amount ot the pennitted withdrawal: 
(A) water conserxalion measures that ha\e been 

implcmenlcd or proposed by the applicant; 



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(13) 



(14) 



(B) availability of alternative water sources, 
including costs, other permitting requirements, 
and practicability; 

(C) the proposed use of the water, and the benefits 
to be provided by that use, listed as follows in 
order of decreasing benefits: 

(i) public supply, including fire protection; 
(ii) other uses; 

(D) the effects of the proposed withdrawal on 
water resources and other natural resources. 

General permits may be developed by the Division 
and issued by the Director for categories of 
withdrawal that involve the same or substantially 
similar operations, have similar withdrawal 
characteristics, require the same limitations or 
operating conditions, and require similar monitoring. 
Water use permits shall be issued, modified, revoked. 
or denied based on the resource protection 
requirements provided in the Central Coastal Plain 
Water Management Plan to be approved by the 
Environmental Management Commission after public 
hearing jG.S. 143-215. I6(c)|. The Water 
Management Plan shall be updated and approved at 
intervals not exceeding 10 years. The resource 
protection requirements specified in the Water 
Management Plan shall extend to al] water users in 
the Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area, 
including those not required to secure a permit, but 
will not be extended to individual domestic 
withdrawals. The Water Management Plan shall 
include the following information; 

(A) the current status ot' the area's water resources 
and water management goals for the Central 
Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area and its two 
hydrogeologic zones, the Western and Eastern; 

(B) delineations and descriptions of regions within 
Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area where 
dewatering is taking place and the resource 
protection requirements to reduce or eliminate 
dewatering in these areas; 

(C) delineationsanddescriptions of regions within 
Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area where 
salt water encroachment is occurring and the 
resource protection requirements to slow or 
stop encroachment; 

guidelines for water use during periods of 
drought; 



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delineations and descriptions of regions within 

Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area where 

other problems associated with ground or 

surface water use are occurring or may occur 

and the resource protection requirements to 

mitigate or ayoid those problems. 

The Director will prepare and distribute to permit 

holders and other interested parties an annual status 

report for the Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use 

Area. 



(b) Specific criteria used for permitting ground or surface 
water use. 

( 1 ) Groundwater permitting criteria. 

(A) Withdrawal rates will not be permitted that the 
Director determines have or will likely cause 
adverse impacts on the resource. Where 
adverse impacts are already occurring, the 
Water Management Plan will provide guidance 
on requirements to reverse those impacts. 
Adverse impacts include, but are not limited to: 

(i) dewatering of aquifers; 
(ii) encroachment of salt water; 
(iii) land subsiden ce or sinkhole 

development; 
(iv) increasing pumping water levels. 

(B) Maximum well withdrawal rates and t otal use 
limits will be determined by the Director using 
available methods of hydrogeologic analysis, 
including, but not limited to. computer 
groundwater flow modeling. 

(C) Maximum allowable pumping water levels will 
be determined based on the hydrogeological 
framework for the Central Coastal Plain 
developed by the Director. 

(D) Water use permits may specify minimum 
distances between wells, screen depths, and 
pump intake depths to prevent adverse impacts. 

(E) Withdrawals of water that cause lower quality 
water to displace higher quality water such that 
the available uses of the resource are 
significantly affected will not be permitted. 

(2) Surface water permitting criteria. 

(A) Surface water withdrawal permits wUI specify 

limits that maintain instrcam flows 

downstream of the intake. Instream How 

requirements are based on consideration of 

(ij maintenance of water quality and 

quantity; 
(ii) maintenance of fish and wildlife and 

their habitat; 
(iii) maintenance of navigabili ty (where 

applicable). 

AutlionnG.S 143-215. J4: 143-215.15: 143-215.16. 

.0503 DEFINITIONS 

The following is a list of definitions for terms found in this 
Section. 
O) 



Aquifer: Water-bearing earth materials that are 
capable of yielding water in usable quantities to a well 
or spring. 

(2) Confining unit: A geologic formation that docs not 
yield economically practical quantities ol water to 
wells or springs. Confining units se parate aq uifers 
and slow the movement of gro undwater. 

(3) Dewatering: Dewatering occurs when aquifer water 
levels are depressed below the lo^ of a confined 



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(12) 
(14) 



aquifer or water table declines adversely affect the 

resource. 

Eastern Zone: The eastern portion of the Central 

Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area where the primary 

aquifers are the Castle Hayne and Yurktown. 

Gaging station: A surface water gage where stage. 

How and other parameters can be measured. 

Groundwater: Water in porespace or void spaces of 

subsurface sediments or consolidated rock. 

Hvdrogeological framework: A three-dimensional 

representation of aquifers and confming units that will 

be updated as frequently as new information becomes 

available. 

Observation well: A well screened in a particular 

aquifer where water levels can be measured and water 

samples can be obtained. 

Pumping water level: The depth to groundwater in a 

pumping well as measured from land surface. 

Saltwater: Water containmg chloride concentratit)ns 

in excess of 250 milligrams per liter. 

Salt water encroachment: The lateral or vertical 

migration of salt water toward areas occupied by fresh 

water. This may occur in surface water bodies or 

aquifers due to natural or man-made causes. 

Static water level: The depth to groundwater in a 

non-pumpmg well as measured from land surface. 

Water table: The water level in an unconllned 

aquifer. 

Western Zone: The western portion of the Central 

Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area where the primary 

aquifers are the Peedee, Black Creek, and Upper Cape 

Fear. 



Aitthorin- G.S. 143-215.14. 



.0504 



ACTIVITIES REQUIRING WATER 
USE PERMITS 

Activities include, but are not necessarily limited to, 
withdrawals of water for the following purposes: 
( 1 ) Public water supply; 
Self-supplied industry; 
Irrigation; 
Drainage; 
Mine pit discharge; 
Aquaculture; and 
Livestock operations. 



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Aiitlwrity G.S. 143-215.14. 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. I50B-21 .2 
that the Commission for Health Services intends to amend 
the rules cited as 15 NCAC 19A .0401. .0404. .0406. .0502. 
Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on May 14. 1999 and December 1. 1998. 



Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will he conducted at 9:00 a.m. on August 3. 
1999 at the Archdale Building. Ground Floor Hearing Room. 
Raleigh. NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

15A NCAC 19A .0401 - Paragraphs were moved for the 
purposes of organization and simplification, include all rules 
concerning each vaccine in the same section, and locate all 
information about a vaccine requirement together. 
For polio vaccine, the reason for proposed action is to comply 
with medical literature recently reviewed by agency staff 
regarding the inclusion of a sequential schedule of both 
injectable polio vaccine (IPVj and oral polio vaccine (OPV). 
The sequential schedule of two IPV followed by two OPV will 
reduce the threat of vaccine associated paralytic polio ( VAPP) 
to North Carolina's citizens. The Centers for Disease Control 
and Prevention {CDC} state that each year, appro.ximately 8 
cases of VAPP are due to the administration of oral polio 
vaccine. 

Rule I5A NCAC 19A .0401 has been filed as a temporaiy rule 
with an effective date of May 21. 1999. The Commission for 
Health Services will adopt this rule at their May 19. 1999 
meeting. 

Changed "by" to "before" to be consistent in several places. 
ISA NCAC 19A .0404 - The Advisory Committee on 
Immunization Practices (ACIPj medical exemption 
recommendations/language changes periodically as research 
indicates. Referring physicians to the most current AC IP is the 
most accurate and helpful method known in determining a true 
contramdication. Text outlining all contraindications was 
removed and references to ACIP were added. 
15A NCAC 19A .0406 - In (a) (2). "daycare" was changed to 
"childcare " to he consistent with proper terminology associated 
with the centers that provide care for children and with G.S. 
I30-A-155. In (h> {6} "number" was added to clarify the intent 
that dose number may be released due to its importance in 
determining a child's immunization status and in (7). "local" 
was added to clarifi- that this reference is for the local health 
department. 

ISA NCAC 19A .0S02 - As the vaccine program changes, the 
providers' agreement may need to change. The ten items listed 
in .0502 (c) of this section should remain constant, however. 
other requirements may change. "At a minimum " was added to 
release the program from making a rule change eveiy time an 
eligibility requirement is added to the provider's agreement. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, data and other 
information may be submitted in writing within 60 days after the 
date of publication of this issue in the North Carolina Register. 
Copies of the proposed rules and information packages may be 
obtained by cc?ntacting the Immunization Program at 19 1 9) 715- 
6764. Written comments may be submitted to Barbara Laymon. 
Immunization Program. Women's and Children's Health. PO 
Bo.x 29597. Raleigh. NC 27626. 



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Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do not 
have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000} in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 19 - HEALTH: EPIDEMIOLOGY 

SUBCHAPTER 19A - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE 
CONTROL 

SECTION .0400 - IMMUNIZATION 

.0401 DOSAGE AND AGE REQUIREMENTS FOR 
IMMUNIZATION 

ta) Every individual in North Carolina required to be 
immunized pursuant to G.S. 1 30A- 152 through 130A- 157 shall 
be immunized against the following diseases by receiving the 
specified minimum doses of vaccines by the specified ages: 

(1 ) Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough vaccine — 
five doses: three doses by age seven months and two 
booster doses, one by age 19 months and the second 
on or after the fourth birthday and before enrolling in 
school (K-1 ) for the first time. However: 

(a) An individual who has attained his or her 
seventh birthday without having been 
immunized against whooping cough shall not 
be required to be immunized with a vaccine 
preparation containing whooping cough 
antigen: 

(b) Individuals who receive the first booster dose 
of diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough 
vaccine on or after the fourth birthday shall not 
be required to have a second booster dose: 

(c) Individuals attending school, college or 
university or who began their 
tetanus/diphtheria toxoid series on or after the 
age of seven years shall be required to have 
three doses of tetanus/diphtheria toxoid of 
which one must have been within the last 10 
years: 

(2) oral Poliomyelitis vaccine--four doses: two doses of 
trivalent type by age five months: a third dose 
trivalent type by before age 19 months, and a booster 
dose of trivalent type on or after the fourth birthday 
and before enrolling in school (K-1 ) for the first time. 
However: two doses of e nha n ced-potency inactivat e d 
p oliomyeli t is vaccine may be substituted fo r two 
doses of o r al poliomyelit i s vaccine. 

(a) An individual attending school who has 
attained his or her 18th birthday shall not be 
required to receive-oral polio vaccine; 

(b) Individuals who receive the third dose of oral 
poliomyelitis vaccine on or after the fourth 
birthday shall not be required to receive a 
fourth dose: 

(c) TTie requirements for booster doses of oral 
poliomyelitis vaccine shall not apply to 



individuals who enrolled for the first time in 
the first grade before July 1. 1987: 

(3) Measles (rubeola) vaccine— two doses of live, 
attenuated vaccine administered at least 30 days apart: 
one dose on or after age 1 2 months and before age 1 6 
months and a second dose before enrolling in school 
(K-1 ) for the first time. However: 

(a) An individual who has been documented by 
serological testing to have a protective 
antibody titer against measles shall not be 
required to receive measles vaccine: 

(b) An individual who has been diagnosed prior to 
January l^ 1994, by a physician licensed to 
practice medicine as having measles (rubeola) 
disease shall not be required to r eceive measles 
vaccine: 

(c) An individual born prior to 1957 shall not be 
required to receive measles vaccine: 

(d) The requirement for a second dose of measles 
vaccine shall not apply to individuals who 
enroll in school (K-1) or in college or 
university for the first time before July 1. 1994; 

(4) Rubella vaccine-one dose of live, attenuated vaccine 
on or after age 12 months and before age 16 months. 
However: 

(a) An individual who has hccn documented by 
serologic testing to have a protective antihod\' 
titer against rubella shall not be required to 
receive rubella vaccine; 

(b) An individual who has attained his or her 
fiftieth birthday shall not be required to receive 
rubella vaccine; 

(c) An individual who enlerc u .\ college or 
university after his or her thirlielh birthday and 
before February L, 1989 shall not required to 
meet the requirement for rubella vaccine; 

(5) Mumps vaccine-one dose of live, attenuated vaccine 
administered on or after age 1 2 months and before age 
16 months. However: 

(a) An individual born prior to 1957 shall not be 
required to receive mumps vaccine; 

(b) The requirements for mumps vaccine shall not 
apply to individuals who enrolled for the first 
time in the first grade before July 1 , 1987 or in 
college or university before July J_. 1994. An 
individual who has been documented by 
serological testing to have a protective 
antibody titer against mump s shall not be 
required to receive mumps vaccin e; 

(6) Haemophilus influenzae, b, conjugate vaccine— three 
doses of HbOC or two doses of PRP-OMP b}- before 
age seven months and a booster ilose of any type on 
or after age 12 months and by age 16 nionihs 
Individuals born before October _L 1'2M shall not be. 
required to be vaccinated agaijist Hae mo philus 
influenzae, fh Individuals who receive I he first dtise 
of Haemophilus influenz.ae, b^ vaccine on or al'ier 1 2 



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months of age and before 15 months of age shall be 
required to have only two doses ot HbOC or PRP- 
OMP. Individuals who receive the first d^)sc of 
Haemophilus influenzae, h^ vaccine on or after 15 
months of age shall he required to have only one dose 
of any of the Haemophilus influenzae conjugate 
vaccines, including PRP-D. Howe\ er. no individual 
who has passed their tilth birthda\ shall be required 
to be vaccinated against Haemophilus influenzae, b; 
Hepatitis B vaccine-three doses: one dose by age 
three months, a second dose by before age five 
months and a third dose by age 19 months. 
Individuals born before July 1, 1994 shall not be 



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required to be vaccinated against hepatitis R 
(b) Notwithstanding the requirements of Paragraph (a) of this 
Kuic; 

A n i n d ivi dual who has a t ta ine d his o r he r seventh 

birthday w i thout ha vi ng b ee n i mmuniz e d against 

whooping — c o ugh — shaH — not — be — re qu ir e d — to — be 

immunized wi t h a va ccine pr e p ara t ion containing 

whooping cough antige n . 

An individual who has been docum e nted by serologic 

t esting to have a protect ive a n t i body t iter against 

rub e lla shall not be required to r ece ive rubella 

vaccine. 

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s er ological testing to hav e a prot e c ti v e a n tibody titer 
against measles shall not be re qui r ed to rece i v e 
measles vacc i ne. — An individual who has been 
diagnosed prior to Ja n ua r y 1. 1994, by a physic i an 
licensed to practic e m e dicine as having measles 
(ru b eola) disease shall not be required to receive 
measles vaccine. 

An individual attending school who has atta in ed h i s 
o r her 18th biilhday s h all not be required to re c ei v e 
oral polio vaccine. 

An individual born prior to 1957 shall n ot be requir e d 
t o receive measl e s o r mumps vaccine. An indiv i dual 
who has a tt ai ne d his or her fiftieth birthday shall n ot 
be requir e d t o r ec eive r ubella vaccine. A n i n d i v i dual 
who ent e red a college o r un i versity a f te r h i s o r h er 
thirtieth birthday and before F e b r uary 1. 198 9 s ha ll 
not be required t o meet the requirement for rubella 
vaccine. 

The requiremen t s for mumps vaccin e shall not apply 
t o individuals who en r olled for the fi r st time i n the 
first g r ade before July 1, 1987 o r in coll e ge o r 
university before July 1, 1994. An individual w l io 
has bee n docum e nted by s er ological testing to have a 
p r otective antibody tite r against mumps sha l l n o t be 
r equired to receiv e m u m ps vaccine. 
Individuals who receiv e the fi r st booste r dose of 
d i phthe r ia, tetanus, and whooping cough vacci n e on 
or after the fourth birthday shall not b e re qu ir ed to 
have a seco n d booster dose. Indiv i duals who re c ei ve 
the third dose o t oral pol i omyelitis vaccine on o r alte r 
the fourth b irthday shall not b e re qu ire d to rece i ve a 



f ou r th do se . 
t^ The r e quirements for booster doses of diphtheria, 
t et anus, and whoopi n g cough vaccin e and oral 
poliomyel i tis vaccine shall not ap p ly to indiv i duals 
who enrolled for the first t im e in the first g r ade b e fore 
July 1, 1987. — However, i n dividuals at ten di n g a 
college — or — u n iversity — or — who — began — their 
t etanus/diphtheria t oxoid ser ie s on or a f tei th e age o f 
seven years shall be re quired to fiave th r ee doses of 
te ta n us/diphtheria toxoid of which o n e must hav e 
been within th e last 10 years. 
t9) Individuals bo rn b e fore Octob e r 1, 1988 shall n o t be 
required to be — vaccinated agai nst — Ha e mophilus 
influenzae, b. I n dividuals who receive the first dose 
of Haemophilus infiuenzae, b, vacci n e on o r afte r 12 
months of age and befo r e 15 months of ag e shall b e 
r equired to ha ve o nly t wo doses of H b OC o r 
PRP-OMP. Individuals who receive the fiist dose of 
Hae m ophilus i nf lu en zae, h, vaccine on o r aft e r 15 
months of ag e shall b e requir e d to have only one dose 
of any of the Haemophilus influenzae conjugate 
vacci ne s, including PRP-D. How e ver, no individual 
who has passed t heir fifth bi rt hday shall b e r e quii e d 
t o be vaccinated against Haemophilus infiuenza e , b. 

tiO) Ind i v i duals born befo r e July 1, 1994 shall not be 
r eq uire d t o be vacc in ated against hepa t i t is D. 

t+fi The requirement fo r a sec o n d dose of measl e s \ ' accii ' ie 
shall no t apply t o ind i v i duals who enroll in school 
(K-1) or in college o r university fo r th e first ti m e 
befo r e July I, 1994. 

Authority G.S. I30A-152tc}: I30A-I55.1. 

.0404 MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS FROM 
IMMUNIZATION 

(a) Certification of a medical exemption by a physician 
pursuant to G.S. 130A- 156 shall be in writing and shall state the 
basis of the exemption, the specific vaccine or vaccines the 
individual should not receive, and the length of time the 
exemption will apply for the individual. 

(b) The following are medical Medical contraindications for 
which medical exemptions may be certified by a physician for 
immunizations are included in the most recent General 
Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization 
Practices. Public Health Services, U.S. Department oi Health 
and Human Services, published in the Centers for Disease 
Control and Prevention publication, the Morbidity and Mortality 
Weekly Report, which is adopted by reference including 
subsequent amendments and additions. A copy is available for 
inspection m the Immunization Section at 13.^0 St. Mary's 
Street, Raleigh. North Carolina. Internet access is a\ailable by 
searching wwv\. cdc.gov/nip . 

rii Pertussis vacci n e: 

tA) Permanent cont r a i ndications: 

(r) occu rrin g with in 48 hours after re ceip t 
of pe r tussis vacc i n e: 
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d e gre e s); 
(H) collapse — or — shocklike — state 
(hypotonic-hyporesponsive 
e p isode); 
(Ht) p ersistent, inconsolable unusual 
ii igh-p i tc i i e d c r ying lasting three 

(rr) s e izu r e w i thin 72 i i ou r s 3 days of 
receiving a p rior dos e of p er tussis 
vaccine; 
ttii) encephalopathy wi t hin s e v e n days of 

receipt of pertussis vaccine; 
tvr) immedia t e allergic r e ac t ion t o pertussis 
vaccine — or — vaccine — component; 
manifes t ed by hives or anaphylaxis 

(v) documented history of — cult ure 

courirmed pe r tussis disease 
t&l Temporai7 contraindications : 

tf) undiagnosed. — unstable. — or — evolving 
n e u r olog i cal — co n di t io n s, — including 
seizures; 
fir) acut e febrile illness. 
(2) Dipiit h e ri a or tetanus toxoids : 

(tV) Pe rmane n t — co n t r a i ndica t ions : — immediate 
all e rgic reaction — to diph t heria or tetanus 
toxoids manifested by h ives or anaphylaxis. 
tfil Temporary co n tr ain dica t io n s : — acut e fe br ile 
i llness. 
iir) Measles or mumps vaccine : 

tT^t P e rmanent con tr a in di ca t i o n s : 

tr) sign i ficantly — immunocompromising 

conditions other than HIV infection; 
tif) allergic reac ti on to eggs or neomycin 
ma n ifested by anaphylaxis. 
tfil Temporary c ontrai ndic ations : 
tr) acute febrile illness; 
tfH pregnancy. 
t4) Rub e lla vaccine: 

fAl Pel iiia i ient contrai n d i catio n s: 

tfl significa n tly — immunocompromis i ng 

conditions other than HIV infection; 
fir) allergic re a c ti on t o n eo m yci n man ifest e d 
by ana ph ylax is, 
tfr) T emp orary co n traindications : 
<T) acute febrile illness; 
trr) pregnancy. 
t5j Liv e polio vaccine: 

t7*r) Pe ii nai ie nt contraindications: 

(r) significantly immunocompromising 

conditions; 

tir) significantl y immunocompromising 

condition in a household contact. 
tfil T emp orary contraindications : 
tr) acute feb r ile illn e ss; 
trr) pregnancy. 
{b) Hemophilus intluenzae vacci ne: 

(tV) Permanent contra i ndication : immediate allergic 



reaction manifested by anaphylaxis. 
tfil Temporary contrai n dications: 
iy) acute f e bril e illness; 
(tH pregnancy. 

Authority G.S. 1 30A-] 52(c): 130A-156. 

.0406 ACCESS TO IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION 

(a) Physicians, local health departments and the Department 
shall, upon request and without consent release the 
immunization information specified in Paragraph (b) of this Rule 
to the following organizations: 

( 1 ) schools K- 1 2, whether public, private or religious; 

(2) licensed and registered day child care facilities as 
defined in G.S. 1 10-86(3) and G.S. 110-101; 

(3) Head Start; and 

(4) colleges and universities, whether public, private or 
religious. 

(b) The following is the immunization information to be 
released to the organizations specified in Paragraph (a) of this 
Rule: 

( 1 ) name and address; 

(2) name of the parent, guardian, or person standing //; 
loco parentis: 

(3) date of birth; 

(4) gender; 

(5) race and ethnicity; 

(6) vaccine type, date and dose number administered; 

(7) the name and address of the physician or local health 
department that administered each dose; and 

(8) the existence of a medical or religious exemption 
determined by the Immunization Scclii^n U) meet the 
requirements of G.S. 130A-156and 15.\NCAC I9A 
.0404 or G.S. I30A-157. If such adelcrmination has 
not been made by the Immunization Section, the 
person shall have access to the certification of medical 
and religious exemptions required by G.S. I30A-156 
or G.S. I30A-157and 15ANCAC 19A .0404. 

Authorit}- G.S. I30A-153. 

SECTION .0500 - PURCHASE AND DISTRIBUTION 
OF VACCINE 

.0502 VACCINE FOR PROVIDERS OIHER THAN 
LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS 

(a) The Department of Environment, Health, and Natural 
Resources shall provide vaccines required by law free of charge 
to the following providers for administration to individuals \\ ho 
need vaccines to meet the requirement of G.S. 130.A-152, 
130-155.1 and 15ANCAC 19A.040i: 

( 1 ) Community, migrant, and rural health centers: 

(2) Colleges and universities for student-.; and 

(3) Physicians and other health care piox idcrs. 

(b) Upon request of the Department, ictiuired \accines may 
be distributed by local health departmeni.s cipeiating as agents of 
the State to providers listed in Subparagraphs (a) ( I ), (2)and(3) 



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of this Rule. 

(c) Providers authorized in Paragraph (a) of this Rule shall be 
eligible to receive free vaccines from the Department only if 
they sign an agreement with the Department. This agreement 
will be prepared by the Immunization Section and at a minimum 
will require the provider to: 

( 1 ) Charge no more for a single dose of vaccine than the 
rate established by the Health Care Financing 
Administration (HCFA): Charge no more than double 
the HCFA rate as a reasonable fee for the 
administration of two or more vaccines given at a 
single visit. The rate established by HCFA is 
published in the Federal Register (59FR50235). and 
is incorporated herein by reference along with any 
subsequent ainendments and editions. The HCFA 
rate may be inspected at the Immunization Section of 
the Department of Environment. Health, and Natural 
Resources. Copies may also be obtained from the 
Immunization Section at no charge; 

(2) Provide all vaccines needed during a visit unless a 
specific contraindication exists to one or more of the 
vaccine; 

(3) Charge no office fee in addition to an administration 
fee for an immunization-only visit; 

(4) Agree not to charge an administration fee to an 
individual who states that they are unable to pay; 

(5) Impose no condition as a prerequisite to receiving 
vaccine; 

(6) The providers shall submit a monthly doses 
administered report by the tenth of each month 
electronically through the North Carolina 
Immunization Registry or on a forni provided by the 
Immunization Section. 

(7) Report adverse vaccine reactions through the Vaccine 
Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS); 

(8) Provide the latest edition of the applicable Important 
Infonnation Statement (IIS), or Vaccine Information 
Statement (VIS) to the parent, guardian, or person 
standing in loco parentis for each dose of vaccine 
administered; document this action within the 
patient's permanent medical record; retain the 
documentation for a period of 10 years following the 
end of the calendar year in which the vaccine dose 
was administered, or for 10 years following the 
recipient"sage of majority, whichever is longer; upon 
request, furnish copies of the documentation to the 
local health department or the Department. Keep a 
record of the vaccine manufacturer, lot number, and 
date of administration for each dose of vaccine 
administered; 

(9l Allow periodic inspection of their vaccine supplies 
and records by the Immunization Section; and 
(10) Comply with the rules of this Section, 
(d) A provider who fails to submit timely and accurate reports 
as required each month shall have vaccine shipments withheld 
until that month's report is received by the Immunization 
Section. 



AuthoritxG.S. I30A-152: 130A-I55.I: l3()A-433: S.L. 1986. c. 
10U8. S.2. 



TITLE 16 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
EDUCATION 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the State Board of Education intends to adopt rides 
cited as 16 NCAC 6D .0501 - .0507: amend rule cited as 6C 
.0205: and repeal rules cited as 6D .0103. .0304. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register on 

Proposed Effective Date: October 1. 1999. 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. on July 2. 
1999 at the State Board Room. 

Reason for Proposed Action: SL 1997-443. s. 8.27(el enacted 
G.S.I 15C-12(9b) which requires the Board to develop a plan to 
implement high school e.xit exams and grade-level student 
proficiency benchmarks. New Section 6D .0500. Student 
Accountability Standards, implements that law. Adoption of 
these rules requires that 6D .0103 and .0304 be repealed. 
Agency staff received recommendations from higher education 
institutions to provide them more fle.xihilit}' in determining the 
requirements for lateral entiy students. The amendment to 16 
NCAC 6C .0205 accomplished the requested fle.xibilitx. 

Comment Procedures: Any interested person may present 
comments orally at the hearing, in writing at the hearing, or in 
writing submitted by July 1. 1999 to the Rule-making 
Coordinator by mail, by e-mail, or by FAX at (919) 715-0764. 
Harn Wilson. Room 2084 Education Building. Raleigh. NC 
27601-2825. phone (919) 715-1310. email, 
hwilson® dpi. state. nc. us. 

Fiscal Note: 16 NCAC 6D .0103. .0304. .0501 - .0507. - These 
Rules affect the expenditure or distribution of State funds subject 
to the E.xecutive Budget Act. Article I of Chapter 143. 

Fiscal Note: 16 NCAC 6C .0205 - This Rule does not affect the 
expenditures or revenues of state or local government finds. 
This Rule does not have a substantial economic impact of at 
least five million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 
EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 6C - PERSONNEL 

SECTION .0200 - TEACHER EDUCATION 



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.0205 STATE BOARD REVIEW STANDARDS 
AND APPROVAL ACTIONS 

(a) Each IHE seeking approval must present documentation 
for each specialty area that: 

( 1 ) the state-approved professional studies guidelines for 
all licensed school personnel are adequately 
addressed; 

(2) the state-approved professional studies competencies 
common to all licensed school personnel are 
adequately addressed; 

(3) candidates for admission to licensure preparation 
programs meet minimum score requirements adopted 
by the SBE on the Preprofessional Skills Test(PPST) 
(Reading. Writing, and Mathematics) of the NTE 
before formal admission can occur. Undergraduate 
degree-seeking students do not complete more than 
one-half of the professional studies sequence 
(excluding student-teaching/internship) before being 
formally admitted into the license preparation 
program; 

(4) sequentially planned field experiences for 
undergraduate degree-seeking students begin early in 
the students program and culminate in a continuous 
and extended minimum ten-week period of student 
teaching in the area in which the student seeks a 
license. All field experiences are supervised and 
formal evaluations involving faculty, cooperating 
teachers and students occur as appropriate; 

(5) preparation for entry licensure at the advanced level 
includes supervised internship or field experiences 
appropriate to the role(s) for which students are being 
prepared. These experiences are the basis for applying 
theory to practice, developing competencies at a high 
proficiency level, and evaluating the candidate's 
performance; 

(6) the goals and objectives of the specialty studies are 
clearly stated in writing, are readily accessible to 
faculty, students and other consumers and rctleci a 
clear conception of the role(s) in the public schools 
for which students are being prepared; 

(7) an appropriate balance among general studies, 
specialty studies and professional studies exists at the 
undergraduate level to assure a well-rounded 
education for students; 

(8) the program of specialty studies complies with state- 
approved guidelines for the license area in which the 
student is being prepared; 

(9) the specialty studies complies with state-approved 
competencies for the license area in which the student 
is being prepared; 

(10) master's, sixth-year (e.g., CAS. Ed.S.) and doctoral 
curricula are clearly delineated and differentiated 
from one another and from the undergraduate 
curriculum; 

(11) requirements for license-only students are clearly 
d e sc r ibed and comparable to those for deg r e e -seeking 



students; described. In determining requirements, the 
IHE shall consider alternative means of demonstrating 
the knowledge and competencies for licensure; 

(12) each faculty member teaching in the specialty area 
demonstrates competence in the area(s) of 
assignment; 

(13) one appropriately specialized faculty member full- 
time to the institution is assigned major responsibility 
for teaching in and coordinating each specialty area 
offered. To ensure diversity, there must be a sutTicieni 
number of additional faculty, appropriately 
specialized, to deliver the levcl(s) offered; e.g., 
undergraduate, masters, specialist. Each advanced 
degree program that leads to the doctorate has at least 
three full-time faculty who have earned the doctorate 
in the field of specialization for which the degree is 
offered; 

( 14) among the credentials of the faculty delivering (e.g., 
teaching, directing, coordinating) the specialty area, 
there is evidence of recent, substantive involvement 
with public school students, staff members or 
programs; 

(15) among the credentials of adjunct/part-time faculty 
delivering the specialty area there is evidence of 
recent, substantive involvement with the institution 
via students, other faculty or program dcselopment; 

(16) specialized books and periodicals, current curriculum 
guides, textbooks and courses of study adopted by 
local school systems and the SBE, instructional 
media, equipment and other forms of technology, 
testing materials and supplies for the production of 
teacher-made materials and library resources for the 
specialty studies are available and adequate in number 
to serve the student population; 

(17) instructional resources for the specialty area are 
organized for accessibility and there is evidence of 
use by both students and faculty; 

(18) appropriate and sutTiciently-equipped classroom 
space is provided to meet the needs of each specialty 
area; 

(19) adequate facilities, including sufficient office space, 
are provided to serve the needs of staff and faculty, lo 
counsel students, and to work effectively with local 
school personnel; and 

(20) an annual review of the specialty area is conducted 
and the resulting data are applied, as appropriate, for 
program improvement. 

(b) All IHEs with existing teacher education programs must 
have an NCATE/State review completed by December 31,1 992. 
Students who have been formally admitted before June 30. 1 993 
into a program that leads to licensure may complete that 
program and be eligible to be recommended for licensure on the 
condition that they complete such programs no later than .lune 
30, 1995. After December 31, 1992. IHLs seekmg iniiial 
approval for teacher education musi he reviewed by 
NCATE/State to be eligible for SBE approval. 

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approval action on an IHE from its state evaluation committee 
on teacher education. The SBE shall accept any comments or 
additional information submitted by the IHE before making its 
decision under this Rule. The SBE shall render separate approval 
decisions at all levels appropriate to an IHE and its specialty area 
programs as follows: 

( 1 ) Full approval. This status shall indicate that the IHE 
teacher education and specialty area programs at all 
levels are judged to be fully qualified to produce 
effective teachers for the public schools. The SBE 
shall grant approval for a tlve-year period. The SBE 
or the IHE may call for an interim on-site review at 
any time during the five year period if conditions 
warrant that action. 

(2) Full approval with stipulation(s). This status shall 
specify minor exceptions that the IHE must address 
within one year. The exceptions will he limited to 
those that can be easily corrected and verified in a 
written report or by a small on-site State visitation 
team. The SBE will grant full approval if the IHE 
corrects the exceptions within the specified time. If 
the IHE does not correct the exceptions within the 
specified time, the SBE will place the IHE on 
provisional status. Approval for a five-year period 
shall begin with the date of the initial action by the 
SBE. 

(3) Provisional approval. This ^Xaxu's, shall specify cn\.\cz\ 
deficiencies that the IHE must address within three 
years. The SBE may provisionally approve all 
programs at the IHE or individual specialty area 
programs or levels. The IHE must: 

(A) submit to the SBE an annual written report of 
its actions taken to correct the deficiencies; 

(B) be visited annually by a consultant from the 
Human Resource Management Division. 
Teacher Education Section, who shall monitor 
the IHE's progress; and 

(C) be reevaluated for compliance by an on-site 
State visitation team. 

The SBE will grant full approval or full approval with 
stipulations if the IHE corrects the deficiencies within 
the specified time. If the IHE does not correct the 
deficiencies within the specified time, the SBE will 
deny approval. Approval for a five-year period shall 
begin with the date of the initial action by the SBE. 

(4) Denial of approval. This status shall occur when an 
IHE or one or more of its specialty areas or levels are 
judged to be unqualified to produce effective teachers 
for the public schools. After the IHE receives notice 
of the denial, no students completing the program will 
be eligible for licensure except those who were 
formally admitted to the program before the IHE 
received notice of the denial. An IHE must wait one 
year before beginning the process of seeking 
approval. 

Authority G.S. 1 l5C-12(9)a.: I I5C-296(h); N.C. Constitution. 



Article IX. Sec. 5. 



SUBCHAPTER 6D - INSTRUCTION 



SECTION .0100 - CURRICULUM 



.0103 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 

(a) In o r der t o graduate and receive a high school diploma. 
p ubl i c school s t ud e nts must meet the requirements of Paragraph 
( h ) a n d a tt a in p a ssing scores on competency tes t s adopted by the 
SBE and administered by the LEA. Students who satisfy all st a te 
and local g r aduation r e qu ire m e nts bu t who fail the competency 
t ests will receive a ceitifica t e of achievement and tr anscript and 
shall be allowed by the LEA to pailicipa t e in gradua t ion 
exercises. 

Hi Tlie passing score for the comp e t e ncy t est, which is 

the same as grade-level pr ntlc i ency as se t fo r th in 
Rule .0304 of this Subchapte r , shall be l e vel III or 
high e r. Tlie four possible levels of achievement on 
these t e sts and for all tests administ er ed pu r suant to 
Se c t ion .0300 of this Subchapte r , shall b e: 

(Ai Level I - fails t o achieve at a basic level. 

Stud e nts perfoiniing at this l ev el do not have 
sufficient mastery of knowl e dg e and skills in 
this subject area to be successful at th e next 
grade level. 

(Bl Level II - achiev e s at a basic l e \ 'c l. Students 

pei ' foiining — at — thrs — le v el — demoi i stiate 
i n consis t ent mastery of know le dg e and ski ll s 
that are fundamental i n t his subject area a n d 
that are minimally sufficient to be successful at 
the next grade level. 

(€i L e vel III - achiev e s at a p r of i cient l e vel. 

Students performing at th i s level consistently 
demonstra te ma ste r y of g r ade lev e l subj e c t 
matter and sk i lls a n d a rc well p rep a r ed for the 
n ext g r ad e level. 

t&l L e vel IV - ac hi eves at an advanced level. 

Stud en ts p e rforming at this level consistently 
p e rfo rm in a supe r ior mann e r clea r ly beyond 
t hat r e qui r ed to be proficient at g r ade level 
work. 

t^l Specia l e ducation s t ud e nts may apply in w r iting to b e 

e xe mp ted from t aking the competency tes t s. Before 
i t a ppr oves the request, the LEA must assure that the 
p a r ents, o r the child if aged 1 8 or olde r , understand 
th at e ach s t u den t must pass t h e comp e te n cy t ests t o 
re ce i ve a h i gh school diploma. 

t3l Any s t ud e nt who has failed to pass th e competency 

t ests by th e e n d of the last s ch ool month of the yea r in 
which the stud ent 's class g r aduates may receive 
additional remed i al in structio n and continue t o take 
the competency t e st s during regularly scheduled 
te s ti ng until the stude n t reaches maximum school age. 

(b) In addition to the requirements of Pa r agraph (a), students 
m ust successfully complete 20 cou r se units in g r ades 9-12 a s 
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Effective w i th th e class e n tering nin th g r ad e to r t he 

1998-99 school y e a i- , tiie 20 cou r se units must 

includ e: 

(A) four uni t s in Englisli. which must b e English I, 

II. III. a n d IV; 
ffr) t hree units in mathematics, o ne of which must 

be Algebra I; 
t€) three u n i t s in social stud i es, one of which must 

be i n g o vernment and economics, one in 

U n i te d States his t ory and on e in world s t ud ie s; 
(B) — thr ee units i n science, on e of w h i c h must be 



SECTION .0300 - TESTING PROGRAMS 

.0304 GRADE-LEVEL PROFICIENCY 

(a) In g r ad e s K-2. teachers must identify those students who 
are n o t pe r fo r ming a t grade-l e vel exp e ctations. In grades 3-8. 
g r ad e -l e vel proficiency is L e vel III or a b ove on end-of-grade 
te s t s in reading and ma t hema t ics. 

(+ri — LEAs sh all issu e the NC s t andardized high school 
ti jnscrip t to high school s t udents a t the end of each school yeai - 
to inform pai e nts a n d s t udents of student progress. 

(c) LEAs shal l pr ovid e focused intervention t o all students 



biology, one a physical sci e nce, and eff e ctive who — do — not — demonst r ate — grade-level — p roficiency. — This 
with t he class of 2003. one eartli/envi r o n men t al in te rvention shall include ex te nded in st r u c tional op p o rttmities 
science; t h at a re different from and su ppleme n t al to th e n or m al 

a r e spec if ically d e signed -to 

impr o ve t he s t ud e nt's performance to g radc -l cvefpi df i cic tKry. 

Stra te gies may i nc lude but are not limited ttrati 



(&) one unit in physical e ducation and heal t h; and i n structional opportunities and t hat 

fF^ six units designa t ed by the LEA. which may be 

undesignated electives o r courses designated 

f r om th e standa r d course of s t udy. 



f2i LEAs may count successful completion of course 

work in the ninth g r ade at a school system which does 
not award course uni t s in the ninth grade toward the 
r equi rem ents of this Rule. 



models, sp e cial ho m ewo r k, small e r classes, tutorial sessions, 
e xtend e d school day. Sa t ur d ay school, modified instructional 
programs, parental involvement, summer school instruction, or 
re te nt io n . 
ttH — LEAs s h all us e existing funding r esourc e s t o pr ovide 



(3j LEAs may coun t successful completion of course focused assistance designed to improve student pei l oiniauc e to 

work in grades 9-12 at a summer school s e ssion 
t oward the requireme n ts of this Rule. 



(4) LEAs may count successful complet i o n of cou r s e 

work in grades 9-12 at an off-campus institutio n 
toward the requ ir em ent s of th i s Rul e . No high school 
may approve en r ollm e nt in post- se conda r y institutions 
during the regular school year in excess of five 
p er ce nt of i t s enr o l lme n t i n grad e s 10-12 except as 
allowed by the SDE. 23 NCAC 2C .0301 gove r ns 
enrollment in community college ins ti tutions. 



(ct- 



of 2001. al l students mus t 



:used assistance designee 
grade-level proficiency. 

St od cm bttsctfrrn Cereal 
-test-^cxircs-ancfothcr 
i i ifui Illation that may indicate a student's grade-le vel p r oficiency. 

(f) Tli e d ep a r tment shall mon i tor LEAs and schools annua l ly 
for progress in increasing the number of stude n ts who meet the 
standard for grade-lev e l p r oHciency. The departm e nt s h all u s e 
p erc e ntages of s t udents who a r e above g rade^cvd proficrcncy 
and of those w ho have moved from L xnx"! I tn (;c^/clii— to 
compare progress fr om y ea r to year. 

(g) Tlie SDE shall use dist r ict-lev e l report' Cttn is in momtor 
t he p r og res s of LEAs. LEAs shall use schoo l improvement 
reports to mon it o r sc h oo l s in their district. 



to — di r ective w i tn t ne class ot 2uui. an st 
demonstrate computer proficie n cy as a prere quisite for high 
sc h ool graduation. Tlie passing scores fo r this p i ofic i e n cy shall 
b e 47 o n the mult i ple c h oice test a n d 49 on the pei foi inance test. 

This assessment shall begi n at the eig h th g r ade. A student with Authorin G.S. ] ]5C-J2(9)c:: 1 15C-8I(b)i4). 
disa b ili t ies shall demonstrate proficiency b y t he us e of a 



po r tf oli o if this method is required by the s t udent's lEP. 

(d) Eff e ct i ve w it h the c l ass en te r ing nin th grade for the 1 992- 
93 school year, spe c ial n eeds stu den t s as d e fi ne d by G.S. 1 15C- 



+e9r 



;nant. who do not m ee t t he 



e xcluding gitted and pregnant, wr 
r equir ement s fo r a high sch ool diploma will receive a graduat i on 
certificate a n d shall b e allo w ed to pa rt ici p ate in g r aduat i on 
e xercises if they meet t he follow i ng criter i a : 

(+) successful comple t ion of 20 course units by general 

subject area (4 English. 3 math. 3 science. 3 social 
st ud i es, I health a n d physical educa t ion, and 6 local 
e lectives) u n d e r Pa r ag r aph (b). Tliesc stude n ts a re n ot 
re quired to pass the specifically des i g n ated cou r s e s 
such as A l g e b r a I. B i ology or United States histo r y, 
completion of all lEP requ i rements. 



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Authoritv G.S. l]5C-l2(9)c.. 
Article IX. Sec. 5. 



nSC-SKa): N.C. Constitution. 



SECTION .0500 - DEFINITIONS 

.0501 DEFINITIONS 

As used in this Subchapter: 

( 1 ) "adequate pronress" shall mean student performance 
at or near grade level as indicated by student w(^rk. 
assessment data, and other evaluation inlormation. 

(2) "focused intervention" shall mean help for students in 
attaining competency goals and ohjeclives. The help 
OT assistance shall be based on a diagnosis of \shat the 
student knows and is able to iio. The slralcgies lor 
helping the student shall be based on the diaL^noMs o[ 
the student's work. 

(3) "functional curriculum" shall mean an a dapted course 
of study that ]s age appropria te, prcscnicd m naluia l 
environments with natural rouiin es. and rerereiiced [o 
critical, basic skills such iis pci'sonal/honie 
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communication, and career/employment. 

"grade level proficiency" shall mean Level III or 

above on end-of- tirade tests in reading and 

mathematics in grades 3-8. In grades K-2, teachers 

shall identify those students who are not performing 

at grade-level expectations. The levels of student 

perfonnance shall be defined as follows: 

(AJ "Level V_ shall mean that the student fails to 

achieve at a basic level. Students performing at 

this level do not have sufficient mastery of 

knowledge and skills in this subject area to be 

successful at the next grade level. 

(B) "Level 11" shall mean that the student achieves 

at a basic le\el. Students performing at this 

level demonstrate inconsistent mastery oi 

knowledge and skills that are fundamental in 

this subject area and that are minimally 

sufficient to be successful at the next grade 



level. 



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"Level III" shall mean that the student achieves 
at a proficient level. Students performing at 
this level consistently demonstrate mastery of 
grade level subject matter and skills and are 
well prepared for the next grade level. 
"Level IV" shall mean that the student achieves 
at an advanced level. Students performing at 
this level consistently perform in a superior 
manner clearly beyond that required to be 
proficient at grade level work, 
"instructionally sound" shall mean a practice or 
strategy that reflects research findings and the 
achievement needs of students. The practice shall take 
into account student learning styles, effective delivery 
ol content and skills, diagnosis, monitoring, and 
e\aluati(in. 

AiithorinG.S. n5C-12l9h): I ]5C-81(hM4): N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX. Sec. 5. 

.0502 STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY STANDARDS 

(a) Gateway I —Grade 3. In addition to meeting local 
promotion requirements, students in grade 3 shall demonstrate 
proficiency by having test scores at Level III or above on end- 
of- grade tests in both reading and mathematics. Students who 
score at Level III or above and who meet aH local promotion 
requirements shall be promoted to grade 4 unless the school 
principal shall determine otherwise in consultation with 
teacher(s). These requirements shall become effective with the 
2001-02 school year. 

(b) Gateway 2 — Grade 3^ In addition to meeting local 
promotion requirements, students in grade 5 shall demonstrate 
proficiency by having test scores at Level III or above on end- 
of- grade tests in both reading and mathematics. Additionally. 
LEAs shall use the grade 4 writing assessment as a screen to 
determine whether students are making adequate progress in 
developing writing skills. If a student has not scored at or above 
proficiency level 2.5 on the grade 4 writing assessment, the 



school shall provide intervention and assistance to develop 
writing skills. The principal and teacher(s) shall use locally 
developed and scored writing samples during grade 5 to 
determine if students have made adequate progress in order to be 
promoted to grade 6. tudents who score at Level III or abo\ e on 
reading and mathematics, who meet aH local promotion 
standards, and who make adequate progress in writing shall be 
prt)moted to grade 6. unless the school principal shall detennine 
otherwise in consultation with teacher! s). These requirements 
shall become effective with the 2000-01 school year. 

(c) Gateway 3— Grade 8^ In addition to meeting local 
promotion requirements, students in grade 8 shall demonstrate 
proficiency by having test scores at Level III or above on an 
end-of-grade test in both reading and mathematics. Additionally, 
the LEA shall use the grade 7 writing assessment as a screen to 
determine whether students are making adequate progress in 
developing writing skills. If a student has not scored at or above 
proficiency level 2.5 on the grade 7 writing assessment, the 
school shall provide intervention and assistance to develop 
writing skills. The principal and teacher(s) shall use locally 
developed and scored writing samples during grade 8 to 
determine rf students have made adequate progress to be 
promoted to grade 9^ Sudents who score at Level III or above 
on reading and mathematics, who meet all local promotion 
standards, and who make adequate progress in writing shall be 
promoted to grade 9 unless the school principal shall determine 
otherwise m consultation with teacher(s). These requirements 
shall become effective with the 2001-02 school year. 

(d) Gateway 4— Grade 12. Students shall meet the following 
requirements to receive a North Carolina high school diploma: 

( 1 ) meet existing local and state graduation requirements; 

(2) score at proficiency level III or above on the exit 
exam oi' essential skills. Students shall take this exam 
in the spring of the students' 1 1th grade year. This 
requirement shall apply to students who enter the 
ninth grade for the 1999-2000 school year. 

(3) achieve a passing score on the computer skills test as 
set forth in Rule .0503(c) of tliis Subchapter . 

Authorities. 1 ]5C-12(9i?): I l5C-8Hh){4]: N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX. Sec. 5. 

.0503 STATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 

(a) In order to graduate and receive a high school diploma, 
public school students shall meet the requirements of Paragraph 
(b) of this rule and shall attain passing scores on competency 
tests adopted by the SBE and administered by the LEA. Students 
who satisfy all state and local graduation requirements but who 
fail the competency tests will receive a certificate of 
achievement and transcript and shall be allowed by the LEA to 
participate in graduation exercises. 

( 1 ) The passing score for the competency test, which is 
the same as grade-level prcU'iciency as set forth in 
Rule .0502 of this Subchapter, shall be level III or 
higher. 

(2) Special education students may apply in writing to be 
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approves the request, the LEA must assure that the 
parents, or the child if aged 18 or older, understand 
that each student must pass the competency tests to 
receive a high school diploma. 
(3) Any student who has failed to pass the competency 
tests by the end of the last school month of the year in 
which the student's class graduates may receive 
additional remedial instruction and continue to take 
the competency tests during regularly scheduled 
testing until the student reaches maximum school age. 

(b) In addition to the requirements of Paragraph (a) of this 
Rule, students must successfully complete 20 course units in 
grades 9-12 as specified in this Paragraph. 

(1) Effective with the class entering ninth grade for the 
1998-99 school year, the 20 course units must 
include: 

(A) four units in English, which must be English I. 
U. Ill, and IV; 

(B) three units in mathematics, one of which must 
be Algebra I; 

(C) three units in social studies, one of which must 
be in government and economics, one in 
United States history and one in world studies: 

(D) three units in science, one of which must be 
biology, one a physical science, and effective 
with students who enter the ninth grade for the 
2000-200 1 school year. one 
earth/environmental science; 

(E) one unit in physical education and health; and 

(F) six units designated by the LEA, which may be 
undesignated electives or courses designated 
from the standard course of study. 

(2) LEAs may count successful completion of course 
work in the ninth grade at a school system which does 
not award course units in tlie ninth grade toward the 
requirements of this Rule. 

(3) LEAs may count successful completion of course 
work in grades 9-12 at a summer school session 
toward the requirements of this Rule. 

(4) LEAs may count successful completion of course 
work in grades 9-12 at an off-campus institution 
toward the requirements of this Rule. No high school 
may approve enrollment in post-secondary institutions 
during the regular school year in excess of Five 
percent of its enrollment in grades 10-12 except as 
allowed by the SBE. 23 NCAC 2C .0301 shall govern 
enrollment in community college institutions. 

(c) Effective with the class of 2001. all students must 
demonstrate computer proficiency as a prerequisite for high 
school graduation. The passing scores for this proficiency shall 
be 47 on the multiple choice test and 49 on the performance test. 
This assessment shall begin at the eighth grade. A student with 
disabilities shall demonstrate proficiency by the use of a 
portfolio U this method is required by tlie student's lEP. 

(d) Special needs students as defined by G.S. 1 15C-109. 
excluding gifted and pregnant, who do not meet the 
requirements for a high school diploma will receive a graduation 



certificate and shall be allowed to participate in graduation 
exercises If they meet the following criteria: 

(1 ) successful completion of 20 course units by general 
subject area (4 English. 3 math. 3 science. 3 social 
studies, i health and physical education, and 6 local 
electives) under Paragraph (b) of tins Rule. These 
students are not required to pass the specifically 
designated courses such as Algebra L Biology or 
United States history. 

(2) completion of all lEP requirements. 

AiirhorinG.S. n5C-12(9b): 1 15C-81(hJl4): N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX, Sec. 5. 

.0504 REVIEW PROCEDURES 

For students who do not score at Level III or above on the 
reading and mathematics tests and for students in Grades 5 and 
8 who are not making adequate progress in developing writing 
skills, the school district shall follow these procedures to 
determine if students are performing at grade level and are able 
to succeed at the next grade: 

( 1 ) Students who score below Level III on an end-of- 
grade test shall be given a second test no later than 
three weeks from the receipt of test results. Parents 
may request that their child be excused from the 
second administration of the test. In ihjj; case, the 
parents and child shall be deemed to ha\'e accepted 
participation in focused intervention. 

(2) Teachers or parents may request a promotion for 
students who score below Level HI on an end-of- 
grade test after the second or third test adminis tra tion. 
Teachers shall provide documentation oi the stu dent s' 
performance during a review pr ocess. Docu m entation 
may include: 

(a) student work samples 

(b) other test data 

(c) information supplied by parents 

(d) for students with disabilities, information that 
is included in the individualized education 
program (lEP). 

(e) other information that verifies that a student is 
at grade level. Students with disabilities shall 
be at grade level or be making adequate 
progress to meet requirements at upper 
elementary levels. 

(3) Students who are not promoted after the second or 
third administration of tlie tesi[ shall be given focused 
intervention of a time period that is instructionallv 
sound. Strategies may include, but are not limited to. 
alternative learning models, special homework, 
smallerclasses. tutorial sessions, extended school day. 
Saturday school, modified instructional programs. 
parental involvement, summer scho ol instruction, or 
retention. 

(4) The LEA shall appoint a commillcc to revicvv student 
waiver requests. This committee shall he composed oi 
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central office stall and shall make recommendations 
to the student's principal about whether the student 
should be promoted to the next grade. This 
recommendation shall be based on documentation 
presented by teachers on behalt' ot the student. Special 
education personnel shall be on the committee if a 
student with a disability is being considered lor a 
waiver. Parents of any student being presented for 
review shall have the right to be a non-voting 
participant, and further shall have the right to speak 
on behalf of their child. 

Authority G.S. ll5C-12(9h}: U5C-8Uh)(4}: N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX, Sec. 5. 

.0505 LOCAL ACCOUNTABILITY PROCEDURES 

(a) Promotion decisions shall be made according to local 
policy and discretion, but shall include statewide student 
accountabilitN standards at grades 3. 5, 8 and high school. At a 
minimum, each local board of education shall ad(-)pt procedures 
to ensure that students are treated fairly. The policy shall 
recognize the statutory authority of the principal to make 
promotion decisions. 

(b) Local boards of education policies shall be consistent with 
statewide student accountability policies. The policies shall 
include notification and involvement oi' parents and agreement 
of parental expectations signed by parents or guardians. 

(c) School districts shall provide locused intervention to all 
students who do not meet statewide student accountability 
standards. This intervention shall involve extended instructional 
opportunities that are different and supplemental and that are 
specifically designed to improve these students' performance to 
grade level proficiency. Students who are not promoted shall 
have personalized education plans with the following 
components: diagnostic evaluation, intervention strategies, and 
monitoring strategies. Strategies may include, but are not limited 
to. alternative learning m()dels. special homework, smaller 
classes, tutorial sessions, extended school day. Saturday school, 
modified instructional programs, parental involvement, summer 
school instruction, or retention. 

(d) LEAs and schools shall repc)rt annually to the Department 
their progress in increasing the number of students who meet the 
standard for grade-level promotion. LEAs and schools shall use 
percentages of students who are above grade-level proficiency 
and of those who have moved from Level I to Level II to 
compare progress from year to year. Annually, local boards oi 
education shall report the following information by race, 
ethnicity, exceptionality, and socio-economic status to the State 
Board of Education: 



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number and percent of students promoted by school 
who did not score at Level III or above on the 
designated tests at gateways 1 . 2. and 3; 
number and percent of students who have moved 

across achievement: and 

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levels in reading and mathematics at gateway 
and y 
(e) The NC standardized high school transcript shall certify 



a level of proficiency in high school courses through both grades 
and test scores. Test scores must be recorded on the standardized 
transcript. In order to intorni parents and students of student 
progress. LEAs shall issue the transcript to students at the end of 
each year. 

(f) End-of-course test results shall be used as part of the 
student's final grade. Local school boards shall set policies 
regarding the use of end-of course test results in assigning final 
grades. 

Authority G.S. ]J5C-12(9h): 1 ]5C-81(b)l4): N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX. Sec. 5. 

.0506 STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 

(a) Unless exempted pursuant to Paragraph (b) of this Rule, 
all students with disabilities shall participate in the statewide 
student accountability standards for elementary, middle, and 
high schoi)! levels. 

(b) Students with disabilities may be exempted from the 
statewide student accountability promotion standards by the lEP 
team, including the principal or school district representative, if 
the team determines that the students do not have the ability to 
participate in the standard course of study. However, these 
students shall be enrolled in a functional curriculum and shall 
demonstrate evidence of progress on alternate assessments. 
Alternate assessments shall be performance measures that assess 
the educational progress of students with disabilities uho are 
unable to participate in the general large-scale assessment 
system even when accommodations are provided to the student. 
These students shall receive a certificate of achievement or 
graduation certificate. 

(c) All interventions/remediation and other opportunities, 
benefits and resources that are made available to students 
without disabilities shall be made available to students with 
disabilities who participate in the student promotion standards. 
All services offered shall be in addition to the special education 
services provided to the student. 

AuthorityG.S. I15C-12{9b): 1 I5C-8Hb}{4): N.C. Constitution. 
Article IX. Sec. 5. 

.0507 STUDENTS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH 
PROFICIENCY 

Students of limited English proficiency shall meet the same 
standards as aU students. However, in accordance with federal 
law. English language proficiency shall not be the factor that 
determines that a student has not met perfonnance standards at 
each gateway. Therefore. LEAs shall use the following 
guidelines: 

( 1 ) Students who are exempt from statewide testing in 
accordance with the provisions of 16 NCAC 6G 
.Q3Q5( g)( 1 ) of Subchapter 6G of this Subchapter shall 
also be exempt frtim the test standard for passage 
thrc)ugh each of the gateways. Instead, schools shall 
submit an instructional portfolio containing 
dcK'umentation of the students' English language 
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local committee of teachers and administrators to 
determine if students are ready to be promoted to the 
next level. 

(2) Gateways 1 . 2. and 3. Once limited English proficient 
students are no longer eligible for exemption from 
statewide testing, these students shall be eligible for a 
waiver up to two additional years. These students 
shall receive a waiver from the test standard at the 
gateway the students first encounter if the student's 
English language proficiency is below "superior" in 
reading and writing. A local committee of teachers 
and administrators shall examine the students' 
instructional portfolios to determine whether: 

(a) the students' English language proficiency is 
the cause of their inability to perform at grade 
level on the required test; and 

(b) documentation indicates that a student is 
making adequate progress in all academic areas 
to be promoted to the next level. 

(3) High School Graduation Requirements. Limited 
English proficient students shall meet the same 
standards as all students for high school graduation. 

(4) School districts shall provide focused intervention for 
these students until they have met statewide 
promotion standards and high school graduation 
requirements (up to age 21 ). This intervention shall 
involve extended, supplemental instructional 
opportunities that include assistance in the 
development of English language proficiency. These 
students shall have personalized education plans with 
the following components: diagnostic evaluation, 
intervention strategies, and monitoring strategies. 

AuthorinG.S. J]5C-12(9b); } ]5C-8J(b)(4); N.C. Constitution, 
Article IX, Sec. 5. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 12 - LICENSING BOARD FOR GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the North Carolina Licensing Board for General 
Contractors intends to amend the rule cited as 21 NCAC 12 
. 0504. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on January 4, 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 2000 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing (must be 
requested in writing within 15 days of notice): In order to 
demand a public hearing, a written request for public hearing 
must be submitted to Mark D. Selph at the Board's office. The 
Board's address is PO Bo.x 17187, Raleigh, NC 27619. 



Reason for Proposed Action: To delete the term "qualified" 
from the phrase "qualified independent accountant" so that the 
rule is consistent with other Board rules. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted to 
Mark D. Selph at the Board 's office. The Board 's address is PO 
Box 17 1 87, Raleigh, NC 27619. Any person may file written 
submission of comments or arguments at any time up to and 
including July 15, 1999 or the date of a public hearing is held, 
whichever is longer. 

Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government fiinds. This Rule does not 
have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

SECTION .0500 - LICENSE 

.0504 INCREASE IN LIMITATION 

(a) General. A person, firm or corporation holding a valid 
license to engage in the practice of general contracting in North 
Carolina may apply for a different limitation by making 
application for such different limitation with the Board on a 
form prescribed and furnished by the Board. 

(b) Request. A request for the required application form may 
be made at the address shown in Rule .0101 of this Chapter. 

(c) Form. The application form for a change in limitation 
requires the apphcant to set forth his professional qualifications 
and his present and past experience in general contracting. An 
audited financial statement prepared by a certified public 
accountant or by a qualified an independent accountant who is 
engaged in the public practice of accountancy is r,:quircd with 
the application for change in limitation. 

(d) Eligibility. An applicant for a new limitation is eligible 
for the requested change if he possesses the qualifications for the 
limitations as set forth in Rule .0204 of this Chapter with the 
exception that such applicant shall not be required to take a 
written examination. 

(e) Filing Deadline. An applicant who wishes to have his 
application considered for a change in limitation must file his 
application no later than the first day of the month preceding any 
regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. At such meeting the 
Board will consider the application. Regular meetings of the 
Board are in January, April. July and October of each year. 

(f) Fees. The fees for issuance of limited, intermediate, and 
unlimited licenses are as provided by G.S. 87-10. 

(g) Notice of Approval. Within two weeks after the regular 
meeting of the Board in which a timely filed application is 
considered, the Board will notify the applicant of its decision. 
If the application is approved, a certification of license in the 
new limitation will be issued by the Board and the applicant, as 
of the time of notice of the approval, may conduct himself or 
itself in accordance with the rights available under the limilalion 
granted. 

Authority G.S. 87-1:87-10. 



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SECTION .1800 - PRESCRIPTIONS 



CHAPTER 46 - BOARD OF PHARMACY 



Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
tliat the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy intends to 
adopt the rule cited as 21 NCAC 46 .1815. Notice of Ride - 
making Proceedings was published in the Register on December 
1. J 998. 



Proposed Effective Date: August I. 2000 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing (must be 
requested in writing witliin 15 days of notice): In order to 
demand a public hearing, a written request for public hearing 
must be submitted to David R. Work at the Board's office. The 
Board s address is PO Bo.x 459. Carrboro. NC 27510-0459. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The adoption of this Rule is 
neces.uir}' to allow patients to obtain an emergency prescription 
refill when refdl authorization from the prescriber is not readdy 
obtainable due to an interruption in medical services. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted to 
DavidR. Work at the Board's office. The Board's address is PO 
Bo.x 459. Carrboro, NC 27510-0459. Any person may file 
written submission of comments or arguments at any time up to 
and including July 75, 1999 or the date of a public hearing is 
held, whichever is longer. 



.1815 EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTON REFILL DUE 
TO INTERRUPTION OF MEDICAL SERVICES 

In the event a pharmacist or device and medical equipment 
permit holder receives a request for a prescription rellli and the 
pharmacist or pemiit holder is unable to obtain readily refill 
authorization from the prescriber because of the prescriber' s 
inability to provide medical services to the patient, the 
pharmacist or permit holder may dispense a one-time emergency 
supply of UE to 90 days of the prescribed medication, provided 
that: 

( 1 ) The prescription is not for a Schedule II controlled 
substance; 

(2) The medication is essential to the maintenance of life 
or to the continuation of therapy in a chronic 
condition; 

(3) In the pharmacist's or permit holder's professional 
judgment, the interruption of therapy might 
reasonably produce undesirable health consequences; 

(4) The dispensing phannacist or permit holder creates a 
written order entered in the phannacy's automated 
data processmg system containing all of the 
prescription information required by Section .2300 of 
these Rules and signs that order; 

(5) The dispensing pharmacist or permit holder notifies. 
or makes a good faith attempt to notify, the prescriber 
or the prescriber's office of the emer^iencv dispensing 
within 72 hours after such dispensing. 



Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. This Rule does not 
have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 



Autlwritx G.S. 90-85.6: 90-85.25: 90-85.32. 



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The Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary rule(s) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant to G. S. 
150B-2I.I{e), publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register sen'es as a notice of rule-making proceedings 
unless this notice has been previously published by the agency. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



Rule-making Agency: 

Commission 



Environmental Management 



Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 2B .0233 



Effective Date: June 22. 1999 



CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER AND 
WETLAND STANDARDS 

SECTION .0200 - CLASSIFICATIONS AND WATER 

QUALITY STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO 

SURFACE WATERS AND WETLANDS OF NORTH 

CAROLINA 



Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Julian Mann. Ill 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 143-214.1: 143-214.7; 
143-215.3(a)(l); Chapter 571. 1995 S.L.; Chapter 221. 1998 
S.L 

Reason for Proposed Action: The purpose of the Neuse Buffer 
Rule is to protect the Neuse River Estuary from nuisance 
environmental conditions such as algal blooms and fish kills 
resulting from nitrogen over-enrichment. Chapter 572. 1995 
Session Laws requires the Environmental Management 
Commission to develop a strategy to reduce nitrogen inputs to 
the Neuse River basin by 30 percent. The Neuse Buffer Rule 
contributes to that reduction goal by protecting one of the most 
important mechanisms that e.xists for removing 
nitrogen-riparian buffers. These vegetated areas adjacent to 
surface waters (intermittent and perennial streams, lakes, ponds 
and estuaries) are highly effective at removing nitrogen from 
surface and subsuiface flows. If riparian buffers in the Neuse 
River basin were not protected, it is highly unlikely that it would 
be possible to reach a 30 percent overall reduction in nitrogen. 
The purpose of this particular request for temporary rule- 
making certification is to meet the requirements in Chapter 221, 
1998 Session Laws. This bill requires the Environmental 
Commission to revise the existing temporary Neuse Buffer Rule 
based on the recommendations of the Stakeholder Advisory 
Committee. Under these statutory requirements, the 
Commission approved a revised temporary Neuse Buffer Rule 
on May 13, 1999. The Commission requests that the amended 
temporary rule be approved simultaneously with the 
commencement of the permanent rule-making process. 

Comment Procedures: Comments were accepted on a previous 
version of this Rule for 20 days as noticed in the North Carolina 
Register, Vol. 12:6; September 15. 1997. Comments were also 
accepted by the N.C General Assembly during their 
consideration of this Rule during the 1998 legislative session. 
Comments may be directed to Lin Xu at 919-733-5083, e.xt. 357, 
Division of Water Quality, Planning Branch, PO Box 29535, 
Raleigh. NC 27626-0535. 



.0233 NEUSE RIVER BASIN: NUTRIENT 

SENSITIVE WATERS MANAGEMENT 
STRATEGY: PROTECTION AND 

MAINTENANCE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS 

The following is the management strategy for maintain i ng and 
protecting riparian areas in the N e use River Basin : 

t+1 Riparian areas shall be prote ct ed a n d maintained in 
acco r dance with this Rule on all sides of su r face 
waters in the Neuse River Dasin ft ntermittent streams, 
p erennial streams, lakes, ponds, and estua riryr-a:^ 

Geological — Su r vey — 1:24.000 — scale — f7:5 — mmttte 
quadrangle) topog r aphic m ap s o r o t her site-specific 
evidence. Tliis Rule only appl i es trr Tip ai ' ian - j r cas 
where forest vegeta ti o n is es t ablishe dnrri^one f-las 
described in Sub-Item (3)(a) of thrs-Riile] as-of^hriy 
22. 1997. — Forest v e getat i on, as— dctinrxl i n \5 A 

ith m Zone 



protect e d and maintained i n acco r da n ce with this 
Rule. Tliis Rule does not establ i sh new buffe r s rn 
riparian areas. Exceptions to the require m ents of t his 
Rule for riparian are a s a r e desc r ibed in Sub-Items 
t2)(a)-(h) of this Rule. Maintenance of the riparian 
areas shall be such that, to the maximum extent 
poss i ble, sheet flow of surface water is achieved : 
Tliis Rule specifies requirements thttT' shall be 
implemented in riparian area s "tcr-ensure that the 
pollutant removal funct i ons o f the- ripa ri an a r ea a r e 
pr ot e cted and maintained. 
(5) The following waterbodies an d land uses aj -e exempt 
from the riparian area protection requ ir ements : 

mo d i fied n atural streams: 
tb) Areas — map p e d — as — in t ermitte nt stTcamsT 

srportdsror estuaries on 

rns— of-tfni fcd Stat es 

Geological Su r vey 1 : 24 .B90->ca}e-t7'.:5TnTntrte 

quadrangle) — topograph ic' maps — where tro 

lake, pond or estuary a ctTta!iy-exTst5"0Tr-the 
ground: 



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td Ponds and lakes c re at e d to r a ni mal wate rin g, 
irriga t ion, o r ot ii e r ag ri cultu r al uses t i i at are not 
pa r t o f a n atural draii i age way tha t is classified 
in accordance wi t h 15A NCAC 2D .0100; 

tch Water d ep ende nt s tr uc t u re s as de fine d in 15A 
NCAC 2D .0202. p r ovid e d that they are 
located, designed, construc t ed and mai n tained 
t o prov i de maximum nutrient re m oval, to hav e 



the least adv 



e ffects on aqua t ic lif e and 



jversc e ttects on aquatic 
habitat and to pro te ct wate r quali t y; 
fti Th e following uses may b e allowed where no 
practical alternative exists. A lack of p r ac t ical 
alternativ e s may be shown by demonst r a t ing 
that, c on sidering the po t ential fo r a r educt i o n in 



Td 



s i ze, configuratio n or d e nsity of the propos 

ac ti vity and all alterna t ive d e signs, t he basic 

project — p urpose — canno t — be — pract i cally 

accomplished in a manne r which would avo i d 

or result in less adve r se impac t to surface 

waters. Also, these structures sh all h e located. 

designed, constructed, and mai nt ai n ed to h a ve 

minimal distur b ance, to provide maximum 

nutrient removal and e r os i on p r ot e ctio n , to 

have the least advers e eff e cts o n aquat i c life 

and habitat, and to pro t ect wate r qua l ity to the 

max i mum extent practical t h r ou g h th e us e of 

best management practices. 

ix) Road — crossings, — railroad — cr o s s in gs. 

bridges, airport facil i ties, and ut i l i ty 

crossings may be allowed if cond it ions 

specified in Sub-It e m (2)( e ) of t his Rule 

are met. 

(ir) Stoiniwater management facilities and 

ponds, and utility construction and 

maintenance corridors for u t ilities such 

as wat e r, sew e r or gas. may be allowed 

In Zone 2 of the riparian area as long as 

the c on dit i o n s specified i n Sub-Item 

(2)(e) of t his Rule a re met and they a re 

locat e d a t l e ast 30 feet from the top of 

bank — or — mean — high — water — fine: 

Addi t ional — re qu ire m en ts — for — u ti l i ty 

construction and m aintena n c e co rr ido r s 

a rc l i sted i n Sub-Item (2 )(f) of th i s Rule. 

(f) 7^^ — c orri do r — for — the — construction — and 

m ain ten anc e of u t ility lines, such as water. 

s e w er o r gas. ( i ncluding access roads and 

stockpiling of materials) may r un parallel to the 



st r eam and 



be locat e d within Zone 2 of 



may oe loca 
t he ripa ri a n a re a, as long as no practical 
al t ernative exis t s a n d they a r e loca te d at l e ast 
30 feet from the top of bank o r mean h i gh 
water line and best m a n age m ent p r ac t ices a r e 
installed to minimize runoff a n d maxim i /e 
wat e r quality protection to the maximum ext e nt 
practicable. — Permanent, mainta i ned access 
co iT idors shall be restricted to the minimum 



width practicable and shall not exceed 10 fe e t 
in wid th exc e pt at manhole locations. — A 10 
feet — by — H3 — feet — perpendicu l ai — v e hicle 
t urnaround is allowed provided th e y are s p ac e d 
at least 500 feet apart along th e r iparian area. 
tgr) Stream resto r ation p r oj e c t s, scientific studi e s, 
s t ream gauging, wa t er wells, passiv e recr ea ti o n 
facilities such as boardwalks, tr ails, pathways, 
historic — preservation — and — archaeological 
activiti e s are allowed provided that t hey are 
located in Zon e 2 and aie at l e ast 30 fe e t fr o m 
the top of bank or mean high wa t er line and are 
designed. — constructed — and — main t ained — to 
prov ide the maximum nu t rient r emoval and 
e r os i on protection, to have the least a d v er se 
eff e cts on aquatic life and hab it at, a n d t o 
pr otect wate r quali t y to t he maximum e xtent 
pr a cti cal t hr oug h t h e use of best management 
p r actices. Ac ti vities t hat must cross the s t ream 
o r he located withi n Zon e 1 are allowed as long 
as all othe r r e q uirements of this I t em are met. 
f+rt Stream — c r ossings — assoc i ated — with — t i mber 
h a r ves ti ng — arc — allowed — if — pei fui iried — in 
acco r da n ce — with — the — Fo r est — Practices 
Guidelin e s Rela t ed to Water Quality (15A 
NCAC 1 J. 020 1 -.0209). 
(3:) The p r o te cted riparian area shall hav e two zones as 
follows : 

tai Zon e I shall be an undis t urbed area of forest 

vegetation. Any forest veg e tation, as defined 

in Rule .0202 of t his Section, in Zone 1 as of 

Jnfy — 22; — 1-99? — shafi — be — maintained — and 

pro t ec t ed in accordance with this Rule. 

(f) Location of Zone I : Zone 1 begins a t 

the t op of ba n k for i n termittent streams 

and — p e renn ial — st r eams — and — exte n ds 

l andwa r d a d i sta nc e of 30 fe e t o n a l l 

s i des — of — the — w ate rbody. — measu re d 

horizontally on a line perpe n dicula r to 

the — wa t erbody. For — ail — ot her 

water b odies. Zone I begins a t the to p of 

bank or m e an high wat er line and 

ext e nds landward a d i stance of 30 f e et. 

measured — horizontally — on — a — Hne 

perp e ndicular to the wat e rbody. 

tn) The following practic e s and ac tivitie s 

are allowed in Zone I : 

tAr) Natural r e g en eratio n of fo re s t 

v e g e tation — arrd — p lanting 

vegetation — to — enha n c e — t+te 

r iparian a r ea if dis t urbance is 

min i m i zed, provided that any 

p la ntin gs shall p ri marily consist 

o f locall y na t ive trees and shrubs; 

tfrt Selective cutting of individual 

trees of high value in the oute r 20 

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basal aj e a of this out e r 20- foo t 
wid e a re a re mains at o r above 75 
squa re — feet — per — acre — arrd — is 
co m put e d — according — to — the 
f o l lowi n g method. Basal ar e a of 
t his oute r 20-foot wide ar e a sha ll 
b e compu t ed ev er y — 1 fe e t 
along the str e am to e nsu re eve n 
distri b ution of forest vegetat i on 
and shall be based on all tr e es 
measured at 4.5 fe e t from ground 
level. — No tracked or wheeled 
equipm en t is allowed in Zone I 
excep t a t s tr eam crossi n gs which 
ar e designed, const r uct e d and 
maintained in accordanc e with 
For e st — Practice — Guid e lines 
Relat e d to Water Qual i ty (I5A 
NCAC IJ . 201 - .0209); 

(€) Ho r ticultu r e — or — silvicultu r al 
prac t ices t o mainta i n the health 
of individual trees; 

(©) R e moval — of — i n di v i dual — trees 
which are in danger of causing 
damage — to — dwellings, — other 
s tr uc t u re s o r the strea m cha nn el; 

ifr) Removal of dead trees and o t her 
timber — cutting — t e chniques 
necessary to p re vent e x t ensive 
pest or dis e ase inf e station if 
recomm e nded by the Director, 
Div i s i on of Fo r est Resources and 
approved — by — tfte — Director. 
Division of Water Quality; and 

i¥) Ongoi n g ag r icultural operations 
pr o vi de d — that — existing — forest 
vegetation — is — p rotect e d — and 
re qu ir eme n ts in Rules .0236 and 
.0238 — of — tfrrs — Section — are 
followed. 
frir) Tlie following practices are not allowed 

i n Zone 1 : 

tAl Land-disturbing — activiti e s — and 
placement — of — frH — and — other 
materials. — other — than — those 
allowed — m — Items — 1¥) — and 
( 3 )( a )( ii ) of this Rul e , t hat would 
dis t urb — forest — vegetation. — as 
d e f i n e d in Rule .0200 of this 
S e ction; 

fBl New development. — except — as 
provided in Sub-Items (2)(d). 
(2)(el a n d (2)(f) of this Ru l e; 

t€) New — on-site — sanitary — s e wage 
systems — which — use — g r ound 
adsorption: 

t©t The application of fertilizer; and 



tB) Any activity that threa t ens the 

hcatth — and — f unction — of — the 

vegeta t io n — i ncluding. — but — not 

limited — ttx — application — of 

chemicals in amounts exce e ding 

the manufac t u r er's recomm e nded 

rate; — uncontrolled — sediment 

sources on adjac e nt lands, and 

the creation of any areas with 

bar e soil. 

fb) Vegeta t ion in Zone 2 shall consist of a de n s e 

g r ou n d cover composed of herbaceous or 

woody s pe cies which provides 

a n d i nfiltration of runoff and 

pollu t ants. 

(t1 Location of Zone 2: Zone 2 begins a t 

the outer edge of Zone 1 and e x tend s 

landward a minimum of 20 f e et as 

measured — horizontally — on — a — hne 

p e rpendicular to th e wate rho dy. — The 

co mb i ne d mi n imum width of Zones 1 

and 2 shall b e 50 f e et on all sides of the 

waterbody. 

till Th e follow in g p r a ct ices a n d activities 

are allow e d in Zone 2 in addition t o 

t hose allowed in Zone I : 

(A) Periodic mowmg and Tcniw-jf-of 

plant p r oducts such as timber, 

nuts, and fruit is allowed o n a 

p r ov i d e d the 

t- purpos e -of tfic- ripanan 

"iTtit ^ttimprnmiscdHTy 

drm.iriTancc, -c■rr^\7s.s 

of forest o r herbaceous -gnrand 

cover. 

be ma n aged to minimize shading 
on ad j acent land outside the 
r iparian ar e a if t he wat er quality 
function of the r iparian area is 
not compromised. 
(Cl O n -goi n g ag nctrHuTirf(r[ier a tioTTS 
pro v i d e d - that- require me n ts of 
Rules .()2 3fr-and^2.^ 8 of this 
S e ction are follow ed: 

are not allowed in Zo n e 2 : 
tAl Land disturbing activiti es and 
placement — of fill — antH T»ther 
other than tho.se 
in — ttems — f2) -and 
f t his R nle: 
tBi New de vcfopTncnt.— except as 
provided m -^ab- hems 1 2 Kct-and 
(2)(f) ot tlTTS" Rutc' 
t& New — on -si I e — sanittrr\- .--evsage 
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adsorption; 

(Bl The appl ic at io n o f fcil iliz er ; a n d 

(Ei Any act i vity t hat threatens the 

health — and — function — of — the 

veget a t io n — i nc l udi n g. — but — not 

l im it e d — to; — applicatio n — of 

chemicals in amounts exceeding 

t he manufactur e r's recommended 

rate: — uncon t rolled — sed i m ent 

sources on adjacent lands, and 

the creatio n of any areas v^ith 

b are so i l. 

td Timber r emoval a n d skidding of t r ees shall be 

d ir e ct ed away from the water cou r se o r wat er 

b ody. Skiddmg shall b e done i n a m an ner to 

pre vent th e c re at i on of ephem er al cha nne ls 

p er p e n dicular t o t he water body. — A n y t re e 

r emoval must be perf o rmed in a m a n ne r that 

does no t compromise t he inte nded purpose of 



then 



ian area and is in acco rda nce w i th the 



trn 



riparian area ana is i n acco r dance 
Forest Practices Gui de l i nes Rela te d io Wat er 
Quality (15ANCAC IJ . 201 -.0209). 
(tH Maintenance of sheet tlow in Zones I a n d 2 is 
required in accordance with this Item. 
(il Sheet flow must be maintained to t he 
maximum — extent — p rac t ical — thr ough 
dispersing concentrated How and r e- 
establishment of vege t ation to maintain 
t he effectiveness of the riparian area. 
Concentrated runoff from new ditches 
or — man made — conveyances — must — be 
dispersed into sheet flow before the 
runoff enters Zone 2 of t he ripai ' ian area. 
Existing — ditches — and — man made 
conveyanc e s, as specif i ed i n Sub-I t em 
(2)(a) of this Rule, are exempt fro m th is 
re quirement; however, care shall be 
t ake n to m i ni mize polluta n t load in g 
t hr oug h — these — e xisti n g — ditches — and 
m a n made conv e yances fr om fert i li ze r 
applicatio n o r erosion. 
Per i odic cor r ec tiv e ac ti on to re st o re 
sheet — fkw — shaH — be — taken — by — the 
l a n dow ner i f necessai7 to impede the 
fo ii natio ii — of erosion — gullies — w hich 
allow concentrated — flow — to — bypass 
tre a tment in the riparian ar e a. 
td Periodic mainte n ance of modif i ed natural 
streams such as canals is allowed provided that 
disturbance is mini mized and the stmctu r e a n d 
funct i on — of — the — r ipar i a n — area — rs — not 
compromised. A grass e d travelway is allowed 
on one side of the wate r body when alte r na t ive 
foiiiis i,i l maintenanc e acc e ss are n ot p r actical. 
The w i dth and specifications of the tra velwa y 
shall be only that needed for equipment acc e ss 
and o per ation. The travelway shall b e locat e d 



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to maximiz e stream shading. 

(4) If a l o cal governm e nt has be e n issu e d a Municipal 
Separate Stormwater Sewer System permit or has 
been delegated t o implement a local stoiriiwatei 
program, t he n t h e local government shall e nsur e tha t 
t he ripai - ian areas to be prot e cted ar e . recorded on ne w 
o r m o d itled pla t s. 

(5) Whe re th e s t a n da r ds and management requi r ements 
for ripar i an a re as a r e in conflict with other laws, 
r e gula t ions, and permits re gai - ding streams, sleep 
slopes, erodible soils, w et lands, floodplains. forest 
ha r vesti n g. — surface — mining. — land — distu r ba n c e 
ac ti viti e s, d e v el opment in Coastal A r ea Manag e me n t 
A c t Areas of Environmental Conce r n, or other 
en v ir on m en t al p r otection areas, the mo r e p r o t ective 
shall apply. 

t6) Whe re ap pli cation o f th is Rule would prevent all 
re as o nabl e us e s of a lo t plat t ed and recorded p r ior to 
the effecti ve d ate o f t hi s Rul e , a variance may b e 
g r anted — by — the — Envi r onmental — Manag e m e nt 
Commissio n i f it f i nds t h at : 
ts) p ractical difficulti e s o r unnecessa r y ha r dships 

would r e sult in strict applica t ion of the r ule; 
tb) such di f fic ultie s or hardships result from 
condi ti ons which are p e culiar to the propeily 
involv e d; and 
td the general purpose and intent of the rule 
would be preserved, water quality would be 
p r otected and substantial justice would be done 
if the variance were granted. 
The followintz is the management slategy for maintaining and 
protecting riparian buffers in the Neuse River Basin. 

lii PURPOSE. The purpose of this Rule shall he to 
protect and preserve riparian buffers in the Neuse 
River Basin to maintain their nutrient removal 
functions. 
(2] DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this Rule, these 
terms shall be defined as follows: 

(a) 'Channel' means a natural water-carrying 
trough cut verticallv into low areas of the land 
surface by erosive action of concentrated 
fiowing water or a ditch or canal excavated for 
the flow of water, (current definition in Forest 
Practice Guidelines Related to Water Quality. 
15ANCAC II .0102) 

(b) 'DBH' means Diameter at Breast Height of a 
tree, which is measured at 4^ feet above 
ground surface level. 

(c) Ditch or canal' means a man-made channel 
other than a modified natural stream 
constructed for drainage purposes that is 
typically dug through inler-stream divide areas. 
A ditch or canal may have fiows that arc 
perennial, intermittent, or ephemeral and may 
exhibit hydrological and biological 
characteristics similar to perennial or 
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"Ephemeral (stormwater) stream" means a 
feature that carries only stormwater jn direct 
response to precipitation with water flowing 
only during and shortly after lar^e precipitation 
events. An ephemeral stream may or may not 
hayc a well-defined channel, the aquatic bed is 
always above the water tabic, and stormwater 
runoff is the primary source of water. An 
ephemeral stream typically lacks the 
biological, hydrological. and physical 



characteristics commonly associated with the 
continuous or intermittent conveyance of 
water. 

'Forest plantation' means an area of planted 
trees that may be conifers (pines) or 
hardwoods. On a plantation, the intended crop 
trees are planted rather than naturally 
regenerated from seed on the site, coppice 
(sprouting), or seed thai is blown or carried 
into the site. 

"High Value Tree" means a tree that meets or 
exceeds the following standards: for pine 
species. 14-inch DBH or greater or 18-inch or 
greater stump diameter; and, for hardwood or 
wetland species. 1 6-inch DBH or greater or 24- 
inch or greater slump diameter. 
"Intermittent stream" means a well-defined 
channel that contains water for only part of the 
year, typically during winter and spring when 
the aquatic bed is below the water table. The 
flow may be heavily supplemented by 
stormwater runoff. An intermittent stream 
often lacks the biological and hydrological 
characteristics commonly associated with the 
continuous conveyance of water. 
"Modified natural stream" means an on-site 
channelization or relocation of a stream 
channel and subsequent relocation of' the 
intermittent or perennial flow as evidenced by 
topographic alterations in the immediate 
watershed. A modifled natural stream must 
have the typical biological, hydrological. and 
physical characteristics commonly associated 
with the continuous conveyance of water. 
"Perennial stream" means a well-defined 



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channel that contains water year round during 
a year of normal rainfall with the aquatic bed 
located below the water table for most of the 
year. Groundwater is the primary source of 
water for a perennial stream, but it also carries 
stormwater runoff. A perennial stream exhibits 
the typical biological, hydrological. and 
physical characteristics commonly associated 
with the continuous conveyance of water. 
"Perennal waterhody" means a natural or man- 
made basin that stc^res surface water 
permanently at depths sufficient to preclude 



growth of rooted plants, including lakes. 

ponds, sounds, non-stream estuaries and ocean. 

For the purpose of the State"s riparian buffer 

protection program, the waterbody must be 

part of a natural drainageway (i.e., connected 

by surface flow to a stream). 

{]} 'Stream' means a body of concentrated flowing 

water in a natural low area or natural channel 

on the land surface. 

(m) 'Tree' means a woody plant with a DBH equal 

to or exceeding five inches. 

tU APPLICABILITY. This Rule shall apply to 50-foot 

wide riparian buffers directly adjacent to surface 

waters in the Neuse River Basin (intermittent streams . 

perennial streams, lakes, ponds, and estuaries) . 

excluding wetlands. The riparian buffers protected by 

this Rule shall be measured pursuant to Item (4) ot 

this Paragraph. For the purpose of this Rule, a surface 

water shall be present if the feature is approximately 

shown on either the most recent version of the soil 

survey map prepared by the Natural Resources 

Conservation Service of the United States Department 

of Agriculture or the most recent version of the 

1:24.000 scale (7.5 minute) quadrangle topographic 

maps prepared by the United States Geologic Survey 

(USGS). Riparian buffers adjacent to surface waters 

that do not appear on either ol the maps shall not he 

subject to this Rule. Riparian buffers adjacent to 

surface waters that appear on the maps shall he 

subject to this Rule unless one ol tjie follow ing 

applies. 

taj EXEMPTION WHEN AN ON - SITE 
DETERMINATION SHOWS THAT 
SURFACE WATERS ARE NOT PRESENT 
When a landowner or other alfecled parly 
believes that the maps have inaccurately 
depicted surface waters, he or she shall consult 
the Division or the appropriate delegated local 
authority. Upon request, the Division or 
delegated local authority shall make on-site 
determinations. Any disputes over on-site 
determinations shall be referred to the Director 
in writing. A determination ol' the Director as 
to the accuracy or applicatio n of the maps is 
subject to review as provided in . Articles 3 and 
4 of G.S. I50B. Surface waters Ihat appear on 
the maps shall not be subject to this Rule if an 
on-site determination shc^ws thai they fall into 
one of the following categories, 
(i) Ditches and manmade conveyances 

other than modified natural streams, 
(ii) Manmade ponds and lakes that arc 
located outside natural dra inage wa\s, 
(iii) Ephemeral (sloriimaie r) stre ams. 
[b] EXEMPTION WHEN EXIST ING USES ARl - 
PRESENT AND ONGOING . TJiis Ruje shall 
not apply lo porti(>ns ol the riparian buffer 



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where a use is existing and onszoinii accordirii; 

to the following: 

(i) A use shall be considered existing if it 
was present within the riparian buffer as 
of July 22, 1997. Existing uses shall 
include, but not be limited to. 
agriculture, buildings, industrial 



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facilities, commercial areas, 
transportation facilities, maintained 
lawns, utility lines and on-site sanitary 
sewage systems. Only the portion of the 
riparian butter that contains the 
footprint of the existing use is exempt 
from this Rule. Activities necessary to 
maintain uses are allowed pro\ided that 
no additional vegetation is removed 
from Zone J_, existing diffuse tlc^w is 
maintained, and surface waters are not 
disturbed. Grading and revegetating 
Zt)ne 2 is allowed presided that the 
health of the vegetation in Zone 1 is not 
compromised, the ground is stabilized 
and existing diffuse flow is maintained. 
At the time an existing use is converted 
to another use, this Rule shall apply. An 
existing use shall be considered to be 
converted to another use if any ol the 
folk)wing applies: 

(A) Impervious surface is added to 
the riparian butter in locations 
where it did not exist previously. 
An agricultural operation within 
the riparian butter is taken out of 
production. 

A lawn within the riparian buffer 
ceases to be maintained. 
ZONES OF THE RIPARIAN BUFFER. The 
protected riparian buffer shall have two zones as 
follows: 

(a) Zone 1 shall consist ot' a vegetated area that is 

undisturbed except for uses provided for \n 

Item (6) of this Paragraph. The location of 

Zone 1 shall be as follows: 

(i) For intermittent and perennial streams. 

Zone I shall begin at the most landward 

limit of the tog of bank or the rooted 

herbaceous vegetation and extend 

landward a distance of 30 feet on all 

sides of the surface water, measured 



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horizontally on a line perpendicular to 

the surface water. 

(ii) For ponds, lakes and reservoirs located 

within a natural drainage way. Zone i 

shall begin at the most landward limit ot' 

the normal water level or tlie rooted 

herbaceous vegetation and extend 

landward a distance of 30 feet, 

ineasured horizontally on a line 

perpendicular to the surface water. 

(iii) For surface waters within the 20 Coastal 

Counties (defined m JJA NCAC 2B 

.0202) within the jurisdiction of the 

Division of Coastal Management. Zone 

I shall begin at the most landward limit 

of tlie normal high water level, the 

normal water level, or tlie landward 

limit of coastal wetlands as defined by 

the Division of Coastal Management 

and extend landward a distance of 30 

feet, measured horizontally on a line 

perpendicular to the surface water. 

(b) Zone 2 shall consist of a stable, vegetated area 

that is undisturbed except lor activities and 

uses provided for in Item (6) of this Paragraph. 

Grading and revegetating Zone 2 is allowed 

provided that the health ol tlie vegetation in 

Zone 1 is not compromised. Zone 2 shall 

begin at tfie outer edge ol Zone 1 and extend 

landward 20 feel as measured horizontally on 

a line perpendicular to the surface water. The 

combined width of Zones 1 and 2 shall tie 50 

feet on aJi sides of the surface water. 

(51 DIFFUSE FLOW REQUIREMENT. Diffuse tlow of 

runoff shall be maintained in the riparian buffer by 

dispersing concentrated flow and reestablishing 

vegetation. 

(a) Concentrated runoff from new ditches or 
manmade conveyances shall be converted to 
diffuse flow before the runoff enters the 
riparian buffer. 

(b) Periodic corrective action to restore diffuse 
flow shall be taken it necessary to impede the 
formation of erosion gullies. 

16) TABLE OF USES. The following chart sets out the 
uses and their designation under this Rule as exempt, 
allowable, allowable with mitigation, or prohibited. 
The requireinents for each categ()ry are given in Item 
(7) of this Paragraph. 



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Exempt 


Allowable 


Allowable 

with 
Mitigation 


Prohibited 


Airport facilities; 










• Airport facilities that impact equal to or less than 150 




X 






linear feet or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 










• Airport facilities that impact greater than 150 linear feet 






X 




or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 










Archaeological activities 


X 








Bridges 




X 






Dam maintenance activities 


X 








Drainaae ditches, roadside ditches and stormwater outfalls 










through riparian buffers: 


• Existing drainage ditches, roadside ditches, and 


X 








stormwater outfalls provided that thev are managed to 










minimize the sediment, nutrients and other pollution that 










convey to waterbodies 










• New drainage ditches, roadside ditches and stormwater 




X 






outfalls provided that a stormwater management facilitv 










is installed to control nitrogen and attenuate How before 










the conveyance discharges through the riparian buffer 










• New drainage ditches, roadside ditches and stormwater 








X 


outfalls that do not provide control for nitrogen before 










discharging through the riparian buffer 










• Excavation of the streambed in order to bring it to the 








X 


same elevation as the invert of a ditch 










Drainage of a pond in a natural drainage wav pro\ided that 


X 








a new riparian buffer that meets the requirements of Items 










(4) and (5) is established adjacent to the new channel 










Driveway crossings: 










• Driveway crossings on single family residential lots that 


X 








disturb equal to or less than 25 linear feet or 2.500 










sauare feet of riparian buffer 










• Driveway crossings on single family residential lots that 




X 






disturb greater than 25 linear feet or 2,500 square feet of 










riparian buffer 










• In a subdivision that cumulatively disturb equal to or 




X 






less than 150 linear feet or one-third of an acre of 










riparian buffer 










• In a subdivision that cumulatively disturb greater than 






X 




150 linear feet or one-third of an acre or riparian buffer 










Fences provided that disturbance is minimi/ed and 


X 








installation does not result in removal of forest vegetation 










Forest harvesting - see Item ( 1 1 ) of this Rule 










Fertilizer application: 










• One-time fertilizer application to establish replanted 










vegetation 


X 








• Ongoing fertilizer application 








X 



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Grading and revetietation in Zone 2 onlv provided that 
diffuse flow and the heahh of existing vegetation in Zone 1 
is not compromised and disturbed areas are stabilized 


X 








Greenwav trails 




X 






Historic preservation 


X 








Landfills 








X 


Mining activities: 

• Mining activities that are covered by the Mining Act 
provided that new riparian buffers that meet the 
requirements of Items (4) and (5) are established 
adiacent to the relocated channels 

• Minmg activities that are not covered bv the Mmmg Act 
OR where new riparian buffers that meet the 
requirements or Items (4) and (5) are not established 
adiacent to the relocated channels 




X 


X 




Non-electric utilitv lines: 

• Impacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 2 
onlv 

• Iinpacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 1 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb equal to or less than 
40 linear feet of riparian buffer 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb greater than 40 
linear feet but equal to or less than 150 Imear feet of 
riparian butter 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb greater than 150 
linear feet of riparian buffer 


X 


X 
X 


X 
X 




On-site sanitary sewage systems - new ones that use 
ground absorption 








X 


Overhead electric utilitv lines: 

• Impacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 2 
only 

• Impacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 1 — 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb equal to or less than 
150 linear feet of riparian buffer - 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb greater than 150 
linear feet of riparian buffer - = 


X 

X 
X 


X 






Periodic maintenance of modified natural streams such as 
canals and a grassed travelway on one side of the surface 
water when alternative forms of maintenance access are 
not practical 




X 






Playground equipment: 

• Playground equipment on single family lots pro\'ided 
that installation and use does not result in removal of 
vegetation 

• Playground equipment installed on lands other than 
single-family lots or that requires removal of vegetation 


X 


X 







- Provided that, in Zone J_, aU of the following BMPs lor o\crhead utilitv lines arc used. If aH of these BMPs are not used, then the 
overhead utility lines shall require a no practical alternatives evaluation by the Division. 

• A minimum zone (if K) feet wide immediately adiacent to the water body shall be managed such that only vegetation that poses 
a hazard or has the potential to gnns tall enough to interfere uith the line is removed. 



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• Woody vegetation shall be cleared by hand. No land trrubbing or grading is allowed. 

• Vegetative root systems shall be left intact to maintain the integrity of the soil. Stumps shall remain where trees are cut. 

• Rip rap shall not be used unless it is necessary to stabilize a tower. 

• No fertilizer shall be used other than a one-time application to re-establish vegetation. 

• Construction activities shall minimize the removal of woody vegetation, the extent of the disturbed area, and the time in which areas 
remain in a disturbed state. 

• Active measures shall be taken after construction and during routine maintenance to ensure diffuse flow of stormwater through 
the buffer. 

• In wetlands, mats shall be utilized to minimize soil disturbance. 

^ Provided that poles or towers shall not be installed withm 10 feet of a water body unless the Division completes a no practical 
alternatives evaluation. 



Ponds in natural drainage ways; 

• New ponds provided that a riparian buffer that meets the 
requirements of Items (4) and (5) is established adjacent 
to the pond 

• New ponds where a riparian buffer that meets the 
requirements of Items (4) and (5) is NOT established 
adjacent to the pond 




X 


X 




Protection of existing structures and facilities when this 
requires additional disturbance of the riparian buffer or the 




X 






stream channel 


Railroad crossings: 

• Railroad crossings that impact equal to or less than 1 50 
Hnear feet or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 

• Railroad crossings that impact greater than 150 linear 
feet or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 




X 


X 




Removal ot previous fill or debris provided that diffuse 
tlow is maintained and any vegetation remosed is restored 


X 








Road crossings: 

• Road crossings that impact equal to or less than 150 
linear feet or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 

• Road crossings that impact greater than 150 linear feet 
or one-third of an acre of riparian buffer 




X 


X 




Scientific studies and stream gauging 


X 








Stormwater management ponds: 

• New stormwater management ponds provided that a 
riparian buffer that meets the requirements of Items (4) 
and (5) is established adjacent to the pond 

• New stormwater management ponds where a riparian 
buffer that meets the requirements of Items (4) and (5) is 
NOT established adjacent to the pond 




X 


X 




Stream restoration 


X 








Streambank stabilization 




X 







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Temporarv roads: 

• Temporarv roads that disturb less than or equal to 2.500 
square feet provided that vesietation is restored within 
six months 

• Temporarv roads that disturb fjreater than 2,500 square 
feet pro\ ided that veeetation is restored within six 
months 


X 


X 






Temporarv sediment and erosion control devices: 

• In Zone 2 onlv provided that the vecetation in Zone 1 is 
not compromised and that discharge is released as 
diffuse How in accordance with Item (5) 

• In Zones 1 and 2 to control impacts associated with uses 
approved bv the Division or that have received a 
variance provided that sediment and erosion control for 
upland areas is addressed to the maximum extent 
practical outside the buffer 

• In-stream temporarv erosion and sediment control 
measures lor work \a ithin a stream channel 


X 
X 


X 






Underiiround electric utilitv lines: 

• Impacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 2 
onl\ 

• Impacts other than perpendicular crossings in Zone 1 ' 

• Perpendicular crossmas that disturb less than or equal to 
40 linear feet of riparian buffer' 

• Perpendicular crossings that disturb greater than 40 
linear feet of riparian buffer' 


X 

X 
X 


X 






Vegetation management: 

• Emergencv fire control measures provided that 
topographv is restored 

• Periodic mowing and harvesting of plant products in 
Zone 2 onlv 

• Plantmg vegetation to enhance the riparian buffer 

• Pruning forest vegetation pro\ided that the health and 
function of the forest vegetation is not compromised 

• Removal of individual trees which are in danger of 
causing damage to dwellings, other structures or human 
life 

• Removal or poison ivv 

• Removal of understorv nuisance vegetation as defined 
in: 

Smith. Cherri L. 1998. Exotic Plant Guidelines. 
Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 
Division of Parks and Recreation. Raleigh. NC. Guideline 
#30 


X 

X 

X 
X 

X 

X 
X 









- Provided that, in Zone J_. al] of the ft)l lowing BMPs for underground utilitv lines are used. If aU of these BMPs are not used, then 
the underground utilitv line shall require a no practical alternati\es cvaluatum by the Division. 

• Woody vegetation shall be cleared by hand. No land grubbing or grading is allowed. 

• Vegetative root systems shall be left intact to maintain the integrity of the soil. Stumps shall remain, except in the trench, where 
trees are cut. 

• Underground cables shall be installed by vibratory plow or trenching. 

• The trench shall be backllllcd with the exca\'ated soil material immediately following cable installation. 

• N(^ fertilizer shall be used cHhcr than a one-tiine application to re-establish vegetation. 



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• Construction activities shall minimize the removal of woody vegetalion, the extent of the disturbed area, and the time in which areas 
remain in a disturbed state. 



• Active measures shall be taken after construction and during routine maintenance to ensure diffuse flow of stormwater through 
the buffer. 

• In wetlands, mats shall be utilized to minimize soil disturbance. 





Exempt 


Allowable 


Allowable 

with 
Mitigation 


Prohibited 


Water dependent structures as defined in 15A NCAC 2B 




X 






.0202 










Water supply reservoirs: 










• New reservoirs provided that a riparian buffer that meets 




X 






the requirements of Items (4) and (5) is established 










adjacent to the reservoir 










• New reservoirs where a riparian buffer that meets the 






X 




requirements of Items (4) and (5) is NOT established 










adjacent to the reservoir 










Water wells 


X 








Wetland restoration 


X 









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REQUIREMENTS FOR CATEGORIES OF USES. 

Uses designated as exempt, allowable, allowable with 

mitigation and prohibited in Item (6) of this Paragraph 

shall have the following requirements: 

(a) EXEMPT. Uses designated as exempt are 
allowed within the riparian buffer. Exempt 
uses shall be designed, constructed and 
maintained to minimize scmI disturbance and to 
provide the maximum water quality protection 
practicable. In addition, exempt uses shall 
meet requirements listed in Item (6) oi this 
Paragraph for the specific use. 
ALLOWABLE. Uses designated as allowable 
may pniceed within the riparian buffer 
provided that there are no practical alternatives 
to the requested use pursuant to Item (8) of this 
Paragraph. These uses require written 
authorization from the Division or the 
delegated local authority. 
ALLOWABLE WITH MITIGATION. 



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Uses 

designated as allowable with mitiiiation may 
proceed within the riparian buffer provided that 
there are no practical alternatives to the 
requested use pursuant to Item (8) of this 
Paragraph and an appropriate mitigation 
strategy has been approved pursuant to Item 
(10) oi this Paragraph. These uses require 
written authorization from the Division or the 
delegated local authorit\ . 
PROHIBITED. Uses designated as prohibited 
may not proceed within the riparian buffer 
unless a variance is granted pursuant to Item 



(9) (if this Paragraph. 

18] DETERMINATION OF 

ALTERNATIVES." Persons who wish to undertake 
uses designated as allowable or allowable with 
mitigati(in shall submit a request for a jio practical 
alternatives" determination to the Division or to the 
delegated local authority. The a pplica nl s hall certify 
that the criteria identified in Sub-Item (8)(a) of this 
Paragraph are met. The Division or iJic delegated 
local authority shall grant an Authorization Certificate 
upon a "no practical alternatives" determination. The 
procedure for making an Authorization Certificate 
shall be as follows: 

(a) For any request for jin Authorization 
Certificate, the Division or the delegated local 
authority shall review the entire project and 
make a finding of fact as to w hether the 
Ibllowing requirements have been met in 
support of a "no prac tical alternatnes" 
determination: 

ijj The basic project purpose cannot lie 
practically accomplished in a manner 
that would better minimi ze disturbance, 
preserve aquatic life and habitat, and 
protect water quality, 
(ii) The use cannot practical ly I jc reduced in 
size OT density, ic coiifigured oi 
redesigned to bcuci; in inimi/e 
disturbance, preserve ae^uatic Irfe and 
habitat, and protect water quality, 
(iii) Best managemen t practices will be u^.a] 
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preserve aquatic life and habitat, and 
protect water quality. 

(b) Requests lor an Authorization Certificate shall 
be reviewed and either approved or denied 
within 60 days ol. receipt of a complete 
submission based on the criteria vn Sub-Item 
(8)(a) of this Paragraph by either the Division 
or the delegated local authority. Failure to 
issue an approval or denial within 60 days shall 
constitute that the applicant has demonstrated 
"no practical alternatives." The Division or the 
delegated local authciritv may attach conditions 
to the Authorization Certificate that support the 
purpose, spirit and intent of the riparian buffer 
protection program. Complete submissions 
shall include the following: 

ill The name, address and phone number of 
the applicant; 

(ii) The nature of the activity to be 
conducted by the applicant; 

(iii) The location of the activity, including 
the jurisdiction; 

(iv) A map of sufficient detail to accurately 
delineate the boundaries of the land to 
he utilized in carrying out the acti\itv. 
the location and dimensicins of any 
disturbance i_n riparian buffers 
associated with the acti\ity. and the 
extent of riparian buffers on the land; 

(v) An explanation of why this plan for the 
activity cannot be practically 
accomplished, reduced or reconfigured 
to better minimize disturbance to the 
riparian buffer, preserve aquatic life and 
habitat and protect water quality; and 

(vi) Plans for any best management practices 
proposed to be used to control the 
impacts associated with the activity. 

(c) Any disputes over determinations regarding 
Authorization Certificates shall be referred to 
the Director for a decision. The Director's 
decision is subject to review as provided jji 
Articles 3 and 4 of CLS, 150B. 

(9) VARIANCES. Persons who wish to undertake uses 

designated as prohibited have the option of pursuing 

a variance. The Di\ ision or the appropriate delegated 

local authority may grant minor variances. The 

variance request procedure shall be as follows: 

(a) For any variance request, the Division or the 

delegated local authority shall make a finding 

of fact as to whether the following 

requirements have been met: 

(i) There are practical difficulties or 

unnecessary hardships that prevent 

compliance with the strict letter of the 

riparian buffer protection requirements; 

(ii) The \ariance [s in hamu)nv with the 



general purpose and intent of the State's 
ri parian buffer protection reciuirements 
and preserves its spirit; and 
(iii) In granting the variance, the public 
safety and welfare have been assured 
water quality has been protected, and 
substantial justice has been done. 
(b) MINOR VARIANCES. A mmor vanance 
request pertains to activities that are proposed 
only to impact any portion of Zone 2 of the 
riparian buffer. Minor variance requests shall 
be reviewed and approved based on the criteria 
in Sub-Item (9)(a) of this Paragraph by the 
either the Division or the delegated local 
authority pursuant to G.S. I53A-Article 18. tir 
G.S. 1 60A- Article 19. The Division or the 
delegated local authority may attach conditions 
to tlie variance approval that support the 
purpose, spirit and intent of tlie riparian buffer 
protection program. Requests for appeals of 
decisions made by the Division shall tie made 
to the Office of Administrati\e Hearings. 
Request for appeals made by the delegated 
local authority shall be made to the appropriate 
Board of Adjustment under G.S. I60A-388 or 
G.S. 153A-345. 
(cj MAJOR VARIANCES. A major variance 
request pertains to activities that are proposed 
to impact any portion of Zone 1 or any portion 
of both Zones I and 2 of the riparian buffer. If 
the Division or the delegated local authority 
has determined that a major \ariance request 
meets the requirements in Sub-Item (9)(a) of 
this Paragraph, then h shall prepare a 
preliminary finding and submit it to the 
Commission. Preliminary findings on major 
variance requests shall be reviewed by the 
Commission within 90 days after receipt by the 
Director. Requests for appeals of 

determinations that the requirements cvf Sub- 
Item ( 9 )( a) of this Paragraph have not been met 
shall be made to the Office of Administrative 
Hearings for determinations made by the 
Division or tlie appropriate Board of 
Adjustments under G.S. 160-388 oi G.S. 
153A-345 for determinations made by the 
delegated local authority. The purpose of the 
Commission's review is to determine if h 
agrees that the requirements in Sub-Item (9)(a) 
of this Paragraph have been met. Requests for 
appeals of decisions made by ific Commission 
shall be made to the Office of Administrati\e 



Hearings. The following actions shall be taken 

depending on the Commission's decision on 

the maior variance request: 

(i) Upon the Commission's appro\al. the 

Di\ ision or the delegated local authority 



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shall issue a final decision granting the 
major variance, 
(ii) Upon the Commission's approval with 
conditions or stipulations, the Division 
or the delegated kical authority shall 
issue a final decision, which includes 
these conditions or stipulations, 
(iii) Upon the Commission's denial, the 
Division or the delegated local authority 
shall issue a final decision denying the 
major variance. 

(10) MITIGATION. Persons who wish to undertake uses 
designated as allowable with mitigation shall meet the 
following requirements in order to proceed with their 
proposed use. 

(a) Obtain a determination of ^^ practical 
alternatives" to the proposed use pursuant to 
Item (8) of this Paragraph. 

(b) Obtain approval for a mitigaticin proposal 
pursuant to 15A NCAC 2B .0242. 

(11) REOUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TO FOREST 
HARVESTING. The following requirements shall 
apply for forest harvesting operations and practices, 
(a) The following measures shall apph' in the 

entire riparian buffer: 
(i) Logging decks and sawmill sites shall 

not be placed in the riparian bufl'er. 
(ii) Access roads and skid trails shall be 
prohibited except for temporary and 
permanent stream crossings established 
in accordance with 15A NCAC JJ 
.0203. Temporary stream crossings 
shall he permanently stabilized after any 
site disturbing acti\ itv is completed. 
Timber felling shall be directed away 
from the stream or water body. 
Skidding shall be directed away from 
the stream or water body and shall be 
done in a manner that minimizes soil 
disturbance and pre\'ents the creation of 
channels or ruts. 

Indi\idual trees may be treated to 
maintain or impro\e their health, form 
or vigor. 

Harvesting of dead or infected trees or 
application of pesticides necessary to 
prevent or control extensive tree pest 
and disease infestation shall be allowed. 
These practices must be apprcned by the 
Division of Forest Resources for a 
specific site. The Division of Forest 
Resources must notifs the Di\ision of 
all approvals. 

(vii) Removal of individual trees that are in 
danger of causing damage to structures 
or human life shall be allowed. 



(iii) 



in 



(vi) 



and planting of trees, shrubs, or ground 
cover plants to enhance the riparian 
buffer shall be allowed provided that 
soil disturbance is minimized. Plantings 
shall consist primarily of native species, 
(ix) High intensity prescribed burns shall not 

be allowed. 

(x) Application of fertilizer shall not be 

allowed except as necessary for 

permanent stabilization. Broadcast 

application of fertilizer or herbicides to 

the adjacent forest stand shall be 

conducted so that the chemicals are not 

applied directly to or allowed to drift 

into the riparian buffer. 

(b) In Zone 1. forest vegetation shall be protected 

and maintained. Selective harvest as provided 

for this Paragraph is allowed on forest lands 

that have a deferment for use value under 

forestry in accordance with G.S. 105-277.2 

through 277.6 or on forest lands that have a 

forest management plan prepared or approved 

by a registered professional forester. Copies of 

either the approval oi the deferment for use 

value under forestry or the forest management 

plan shall be produced upon request. For such 

forest lands, selective harvest is alU)wed in 

accordance with the following: 



iii 

iii] 
(iii) 

iiv] 



Tracked or wheeled vehicles are not 
permitted except at stream crossings 
designed, constructed and m.iinlained m 
accordance with 1 .5A NC.\C 1 1 .()20.r 



Soil disturbing site preparation activitie s 

are not allowed. 

Trees shall fie removed with the 

minimum disturbance to tlie soii and 

residual vegetation. 

The following provisions for selective 

harvesting shall be met: 

(A) Tlie first 10 feet of Zone i 
directly adjacent to the stream or 
waterbodv shall he undisturbed 
except for tlie reuKual oi 
individual high value trees as 
defined prov ided that no tiees 
with exposed primary roots 
visible in the streambank be cuL 

iB] In 



In the outer 20 fe 


et of Zone 


1. a 


maximum of 50 
trees greater than 


percent ot 
live inches 


the 
dbh 



(viii) Natural regenerali()ii of forest vegetation 



may be cut and removed. The 
reentry time lor harvest shall fie 
no more ffvijuenl than ev ery 15 
years, except on forest 
plantations where the r eentry 
time shall he no more f requeni 
than every frve years. In either 



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case, the trees remaining after 

harvest shall be as evenly spaced 

as possible. 

(C) In Zcine 2_, harvesting and 

regeneration of the forest stand 

shall be allowed provided that 

sufficient ^iround cover js 

maintained to provide for 

diffusion and infiltration of 

surface runoff. 

(12) REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TO LOCAL 

GOVERNMENTS WITH STORMWATER 

PROGRAMS FOR NITROGEN CONTROL. Local 

governments that are required to have local 

stormwater programs pursuant to 15A NCAC 2B 

.0235 shall have two options for ensuring protection 

of riparian buffers on new developments within their 

jurisdictions as follciws. 

(a) Obtain authority to implement a local riparian 
buffer protection program pursuan t to 15A 
NCAC 2B .0241. 

(b) Refrain from issuing local approvals for new 
development projects unless either: 

(j) The person requesting the approval does 
not propose to impact the riparian buffer 
of a surface water that appears on either 
the most recent versions oi the s(iil 
survey maps prepared by the Natural 
Resources Conservation Service of the 
United States Department of Agriculture 
or the most recent versions of the 
1:24.000 scale (7.5 minute quadrangle) 
topographic maps prepared by the 
United Slates Geologic Survey ( USGS ). 

(jj) The person requesling the approval 
proposes to impact the riparian buffer of 
a surface water that appears on the maps 
described in Sub-Item ( I2)(b)(i) of this 
Paragraph and either: 

(A) Has received an on-site 
determination from the Division 
pursuant to Sub-Item (3)(a) of 
this Paragraph that surface 
waters are not present: 

(B) Has received an Authorization 
Certificate frc)m the Division 
pursuant to Item (8) of this 
Paragraph for uses designated as 
Allowable under this Rule: 

(C) Has received an Authctri/.aticm 
Certificate Worn the Division 
pursuant to Item (8) of ibis 
Paragraph and obtained the 
Divisic)n's appros al on a 
mitigalion plan pursuant to Item 
( 10) of this Paragraph for uses 
designated as Allowable with 



(D) 



Mitigation under this Rule: or 
Has received a variance from the 



Commission pursuant to Item (9) 

of this Paragraph. 

(13) OTHER LAWS. REGULATIONS AND PERMITS. 

In aU cases, compliance with this Rule does not 

preclude the requirement to comply with all federal. 

state and local regulations and laws. 

Histoiy Nore: Aiithorin- G.S. 143-214.1: 143-214.7: 143- 

2l5.3(aHI): S.L 1995. c. 572: 

Temporaiy Adoption EJf. July 22, 1997: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June 22, 1999; April 22, 1998: 

Januaiy22. 1998. 



Rule-making Agency: 

Commission 



Environmental Management 



Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 2B .0242 

Effective Date: June 22. 1999 

Finding.s Reviewed and Approved by: Julian Mann. Ill 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 143-214.1: 143-214.7: 
143-215. 3{a}{l): Chapter 571. 1995 S.L: Chapter 221, 1998 
S.L 

Reason for Proposed Action: The purpose of the Neuse Buffer 
Rule is to protect the Neuse River Estuary from nuisance 
environmental conditions such as algal blooms and fish kills 
resulting from nitrogen over-enrichment. Chapter 572, 1995 
Session Laws requires the Environmental Management 
Commission to develop a strategy to reduce nitrogen inputs to 
the Neuse River basin by 30 percent. The Neuse Buffer Rule 
contributes to that reduction goal by protecting one of the most 
important mechanisms that exists for removing 
nitrogen-riparian buffers. These vegetated areas adjacent to 
surface waters i intermittent and perennial streams, lakes, ponds 
and estuaries) are highly effective at removing nitrogen from 
surface and subsurface flows. If riparian buffers in the Neuse 
River basin were not protected, it is highly unlikely that it would 
be possible to reach a 30 percent overall reduction in nitr-ogen. 
The purpose of this particular request for temporary rule- 
making certification is to meet the requirements in Chapter 221. 
1998 Session Laws. This bill requires the Environmental 
Management Commission to revise the Neuse River Basin 
riparian buffer protection program to include options for 
riparian buffer mitigation. Under these statutory requirements, 
the Commission approved a new temporary rule to establish a 
Riparian Buffer Mitigation Program on May /.^. 1999. 

Comment Procedures: This temporary rule was initiated as a 
result of public comments received by the NC General Assembly 
during their considerxition of this Rule during the 1998 



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legislative session. Comments may be directed to Lin Xu at 919- 
733-5083. ext. 357, Division of Water Qualit}. Planning Branch. 
PO Box 29535. Raleigh. NC 27626-0535. 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER AND 
WETLAND STANDARDS 

SECTION .0200 - CLASSIFICATIONS AND WATER 

QUALITY STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO 

SURFACE WATERS AND WETLANDS OF NORTH 

CAROLINA 

.0242 MITIGATION PROGRAM FOR PROTECTION 
AND MAINTENANCE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS 

The following are the requirements for the Riparian Buffer 
Mitigation Program. 

lii PURPOSE. The purpose of this Rule is to set forth 
the mitigation requirements that apply to the State's 
riparian buffer protection program. 
{2} APPLICABILITY. This Rule applies to persons who 
wish to impact a riparian buffer when one of the 
following applies: 

(a) A person has received an Authorization 
Certificate pursuant to I5A NCAC 2B .0233 
for a proposed use that is designated as 
"allowable with mitigation." 

(b) A person has received a variance pursuant to 
15A NCAC 2B .0233 and is required to 
perform mitigati(>n as a condition of a variance 
approval. 

THE AREA OF MITIGATION. The required area of 
mitigation shall be determined by either the Division 
or the delegated local authority according to the 
following: 



01 



laj 



The impacts [n square feet to each zone of the 
riparian buffer shall be determined by the 
Division or the delegated local authority by 
addinii the following: 

til The area of the footprint of the use 
causing the impact to the riparian buffer. 
The area of the boundary of any clearing 
and grading activities within the riparian 
buffer necessary to accommodate the 
use. 

The area of any ongoing maintenance 
corridors within the riparian buffer 
associated with the use. 



UU 



(iii) 



ib] 



The required area of mitigation shall be 
determined by applying the following 
inullipliers to the impacts determined in Sub- 
item ( 3 )( a ) ot' this Paragraph to each zone of 
the riparian buffer: 
{1} Impacts to Zone 1 of the riparian buffer 

shall be multiplied by 3. 
(ii) Impacts to Zone 2 of the riparian buffer 



ill 



shall be multiplied by 1 .5. 
(iii) Impacts to wetlands within Zones 1 and 
2 of the riparian buffer that are subject 
to mitigation under 15A NCAC 2H 
.0506 shall comply with the mitigation 
ratios in 15A NCAC 2H .0506. 
(4) THE LOCATION OF MITIGATION. The mitigation 
effort shall be located in the same Nutrient 
Management Zone of the Neuse River Basin of the 
proposed impact or lower in the basin. The four 
Nutrient Management Zones are laid out in the 
Division's Report. 'Total Maximum Daily Load for 
Total Nitrogen to the Neuse River Estuary. North 
Carolina' (February 1999). 

ISSUANCE OF THE MITIGATION 
DETERMINATION. The Division or the delegated 
local authority shall issue a mitigation determination 
that specifies the required area and location of 
mitigation pursuant to Items (3) and (4) of this 
Paragraph. 

OPTIONS FOR MEETING THE MITIGATION 
DETERMINATION. The mitigation determination 
made pursuant to Item (5) of this Paragraph may be 
met through one of tlie following options: 
(a) Payment of a compensatory mitigation fee to 
the Riparian Buffer Restoration Fund pursuant 
to Item (7) oi tliis Paragraph. 
Donation of real property or of an interest [n 
real property pursuant to Item (8) of this 
Paragraph. 

Restoration or enhancement of a riparian buffer 
that is not otherwise required to be pr(nected . 
This shall be accomplished liy the applicant 
after submittal and appro\al of a restoration 
plan pursuant to Item (9) of this Paragraph. 
PAYMENT TO THE RIPARIAN BUFFER 



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m 



lb) 



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RESTORATION FUND. Persons who choose to 
satisfy their mitigati(in determination by paying a 
compensatciry mitigation fee to the Riparian Buffer 
Restoration Fund shall meet the following 
requirements: 

(aj SCHEDULE OF FEES: The amount ol 
payment into the Fund shall be detentiined by 
multiplying the acres or square feet of 
mitigation determination made pursuant U) 
Item (5) ot' tills Paragrarih by ninet\ six cents 
($0.96) per square foot or forty one thousand 
six hundred twenty-five dollars ($41,625) per 
acre, 
(b) The required fee shall be submiueu lo the 
Division of Water Oualit\ . Wetlands 
Restoration Program, P.O. Box 29535, 
Raleigh, NC 27626-0535 prior lo a ny acl i\it\ 
that results in ifie removal or degradation o!. ilic 
protected riparian buffer for which a "no 
practical alternatives" determination has been 
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(c) The payment of a compensatory mitigation fee 
may be fully or partially satisfied by donation 
of real property interests pursuant U) Item (8) 
of this Paragraph. 

(d) The fee outlined in Sub-item (7)(a) of this 
Paragraph shall be reyiewcd e\ery two years 
and compared to the actual cost ol' restoration 
actiyities conducted by the Department, 
including site identification, planning, 
implementation, monitoring and maintenance 
costs. Based upon this biennial reyievv. 
reyisions to Sub-Item (7)(a) of this Paragraph 
will be recommended when adjustments to this 
Schedule of Fees are deemed necessary. 

(8] DONATION OF PROPERTY. Persons who choose 
to satisfy their mitigation determination by donating 
real property or an interest in real property shall meet 
the following requirements: 

(a) The donation of real property interests may be 
used to either partially or fully satisfy the 
payment of a compensatory mitiijation fee to 
the Riparian Buffer Restoration Fund pursuant 
to Item (7) of this Paragraph. The \alue of the 
property interest shall be determined by an 
appraisal performed in accordance with Sub- 
Item (8 )(d)( iy ) of this Paragraph. The donation 
shall satisfy the mitigation determination rf the 
appraised \ alue of the donated property interest 
is equal to or greater than the required fee. If 
the appraised yalue of the donated property 
interest is less than the required fee calculated 
pursuant to Sub-Item (7)(a) o[ this Paragraph. 
the applicant shall pay the remainin g balance 
due. 

(b) The donation of conseryation easements to 
satisfy compensatc'ry mitigation requirements 
shall be accepted only ft" the conser\'alion 
easement is granted in perpetuity. 

(c) Donation of real property interests to satisfy 
the mitigation determination shall be accepted 
only if such property meets all of the following 
requirements: 

(i) The property shall be located within an 
area that is identified as a priority for 
restoration in die Basinwide Wetlands 
and Riparian Restoration Plan or shall 
be located at a sue that is otherwise 
consistent with the goals outlined in the 
Basinwide Wetlands and Riparian 
Restoration Plan. 

The property shall contain riparian 
butlers not currently protected by the 
State's riparian buffer protection 
program that are m need of restorati()n. 
The rcstorable riparian buffer on the 
property shall haye a minimum length 
of 1000 linear feet along a surface water 



iih 



and a minimum width of 50 feet as 
measured horizontally on a line 
perpendicular to the surface water. 

(iy) Thesize of therestorable riparian buffer 
on the property to be donated shall equal 
or exceed the acreage of riparian buffer 
required to be mitigated under the 
mitigation responsibility determined 
pursuant to Item (3) of thjs Paragraph, 
(y) The property shall not require excessiye 
measures for successful restoration, 
such as remoyal of structures or 
infrastructure. Restoration of the 
property shall be capable of fully 
offsettin" the adverse impacts of the 
requested use. 

(yj) The property shall be suitable to be 
successfully restored, based on existing 
hydrology, soils, and \egelation. 

(yii) The estimated cost of restoring and 
maintaining the property shall not 
exceed the \alue of the property minus 
site identillcation and land acquisition 
costs. 

(ix) The property shall not contain cultural 

or historic resources, 
(x) The property shall not contain any 
hazardous substance or solid waste. 

(xi) The property shall not contain structures 
or materials that present health or safety 
problems to the general public. If wells, 
septic, water or sewer connections exist. 
they shall be filled, remediated or closed 
at owner's expense in accordance with 
state and local health and safety 
regulations. 

(xii) The property shall haye the potential to 
remoye nitrogen. impro\e water quality 
and enhance natural resources after 
restoration. The Division shall c(>nsider 
whether the property is adjacent to or 
includes: 

(A) a Department-appro yed 
restoration or preser\ation 
project or public lands; 

(B) a sensitive natural resource, as 
identified in tiTe Basinwide 
Wetland and Riparian 
Restoration Plan: 

(C) kncnvn occurrences of rare 
species as identified by the North 
Carolina Natural Heritage 
Program in the "Natural Heritage 
Program List of Rare .Animal 
Species (M' North Carolina" or the 
"Natural Herilape Program List 
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North Carolina:" 






North Carolina Department of 




(D) 


significant Natural Heritage Area 
as identified by the North 
Carolina Natural Heritage 
Program in the "North Carolina 
Natural Heritage Program 
Biennial Protection Plan, List of 
Significant Natural Heritage 
Areas." Copies of these 
documents may be obtained from 
the Department of Environment 
and Natural Resources, Division 






Administration, State Properly Office as 
identified by the State Board of 
Registration for Professional Engineers 
and Land Surveyors in "Standards of 
Practice for Land Surveying in North 
Carolina." Copies may be obtained 
from the North Carolina State Board of 
Registration for Professional Engineers 
and Land Surveyors. 3620 Six Forks 
Road, Suite 300, Raleifih, North 
Carolina 27609. 






of Parks and Recreation. Natural 




(IV) 


A current appraisal of the value of the 






Heritage Program, P.O. Box 






property perlormed in accordance with 






27687, Raleigh. North Carolina 






the procedures of the North Carolina 






27611; 






Department of Administration. Slate 




(E) 


federally or state-listed sensitive, 
endangered, or threatened 
species, or their critical habitat; 






Property Office as identified by the 
Appraisal Board in the "Uniform 
Standards of Professional North 




(F) 


non-suDPorting. partially 
supporting, or support-threatened 
waters as designated by the 
Division pursuant to 40 CFR 
131.10(a) through (g). This 






Carolina Appraisal Practice." Copies 
may be obtained from the Appraisal 
Foundation. Publications Department. 
P.O. Box 96734, Washington, DC. 
20090-6734. 






material is available at the 




tvi 


A title certificate. 






Department of Environment and 


(9) RIPARIAN BUFFER RESTORATION OR 






Natural Resources, Division of 


ENHANCEMENT. Persons who choose lo meet 






Water Quality, Water Quality 


their mitig 


ation requirement through riparian buffer 






Section, 312 North Salisbury 


restoration or enhancement shall meet the following 






Street, Raleigh, North Carolina 


requ 


rements: 






27604; 


iaj 


The 


applicant may restore or enhance a riparian 


(xiii) 


The 


property and adiacent properties 




buffer that is not protected under ihc Stale's 




shall not have prior, current, and known 




riparian buffer protection program i! either of 




future land use that would inhibit the 




the! 


ollowing applies: 




function of the restoration effort. 




ti) 


The area of riparian buffer restoration is 


(xiv) 


The 


property shall not have any 






equal to the required area of mitigation 




encumbrances or conditions on the 






detennined pursuant lo Item (3) of this 




transfer of the property interests. 






Paragraph. 


Id] At th 


e expense of the applicant or donor, the 




(ii) 


The area of riparian buffer enhancement 


following information shall be submitted to the 






is three limes larger than the required 


Division with anv proposal for donations or 






area of mitigation determined pursuant 


dedications of interest in real property: 






to Item (3 ) of this Paragraph. 


ill 


Documentation that the property meets 


lb] 


The location of the riparian buffer restoration 




the 


requirements laid out in Sub-Item 




or 


enhancement shall comply with the 




m 


;) of this Paragraph. 




requirements in Item (4) of this Paragraph. 


Uil 


us 


Geological Survey 1:24,000 (7.5 


icj 


The 


riparian buffer restoration or enhanccmeiil 




minute) scale topographic map, county 




site 


shall have a minimum width of 50 feet as 




tax 


map. USDA Natural Resource 




measured horizontally on a line perpendicular 




Conservation Service Counts Soil 




to the surface water. 




Sun 


ey Map, and county road map 


M] 


The 


applicant shall first rccenc an 




showing the location of the property to 




Authorization Certificate for the proposed use 




be donated along with informatiiin on 




accc 


rding lo the requirements of 15A NC.'\C 




existing site conditions, vegetation 




2B, 


0233. After recei\'ing this dclcrniinalion. 




types, presence of existing structures 




the 


applicant shall submil a restoration oi 




and 


easements. 




enhancement plan for approval b\ the 


(iii) 


Act 


jrrent property survey performed in 




Division. The restoration or enhancement 




accordance with the procedures of the 




plan 


shall contain the following. 



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(iii) 



(iv) 

IV] 



(jj A map of the proposed restoration or 
enhancement site. 

(ii) A vegetation plan. The vegetation plan 
shall include a minimum oT at least two 
native hardwood tree species planted at 
a density sufficient to provide 320 trees 
per acre at maturity. 
A grading plan. The site shall be graded 
in a manner to ensure diffuse tlow 
through the riparian buffer. 
A fertilization plan. 
A schedule for implementation. 

(e) Within one year after the Division has 
approved the restoration or enhancement plan. 
the applicant shall present proof to the Division 
that the riparian buffer has been restored or 
enhanced. If proof is not presented within this 
timeframe, then the person shall be in violation 
of the State's or the delegated local authority's 
riparian buffer protection program 

(f) The mitigation area shall be placed under a 
perpetual conservation easement whcise terms 
are acceptable to the Division. 

(g) The applicant shall submit annual reports for a 
period of five years after the resti)ration or 
enhancement showing that the trees planted 
have sur\ ived and that diffuse flow through the 
riparian buffer has been maintained. The 
applicant shall be responsible for replacing 
trees that do not survive and for restoring 
diffuse tlow it needed during that fi\e-year 
period. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 14.^-214.1: 143-214.7:143- 
2l5.3Ui)(l>: 1998 S. L. c.221: 
Temporan- Adoption Eff. June 22. 1999. 

Rule-making Agency: DENR - Environmental Management 
Commission 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 2D .1805 

Effective Date: Max 25, 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Julian Mann III 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 143-213: 143- 
215.3(a){l}: 143-215.65: 143-215.66: 143-215. 107(aH I ): 143- 
215.107(a)(ll): 143-215.108 

Reason for Proposed Action: To repeal Rule 2D .1805. 
Implementation Plan. The Environmental Management 
Commission voted not to adopt this rule at its meeting on 
February 11. 1999 but the version of the rules containing 2D 
.1805 presented to the EMC prior to this decision was 



inadvertently filed and appeared in NCR 13:18. 

Comment Procedures: Comments on this temporary rule 
should be sent to: 

Mr. Thomas C. Allen 
Division of Air Quality 

PO Box 29580 

Raleigh. NC 27604-0580 

(919) 733-1489 Phone 

(919) 715-7476 Fa.x 

thom_allen@aq.ehnr. state. nc. us (email) 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2D - AIR POLLUTION CONTROL 
REQUIREMENTS 

SECTION .1800 - CONTROL OF ODORS 

.1805 IMPLEMENTATION PLAN 

(a) On Marc h I. 1999. t he Division of Air Quali t y shall have 
in plac e an inv ent ory of t h e State's existing ani m al o p eratio n s. 
Th i s i n vento r y shall be sorted into the following th r e e classes . 

t+) — Class I High Nuisance Odor potential: 

ti) Class II Moderate Nuisance Odo r p o ten tial: a n d 

ffH Class III Low Nuisance Odor pote n tial. 

(b) Tlie classifications in Paragraph (a) of t his Rule s h all be 
made by the Director based on input from Div i s i on of Wate r 
Quality and Division of Soil and Wa t er Conserva t ion s t aff u s i ng 
the following criteria : 

tii size of animal o p eration: 

(2i pr ox imi ty to othe r a n imal o p e r a t ions : 

t3i pr oxi mi ty to n ea r est re s i dence o r pu b lic area not 

l ocated on the p r o p e rt y o n w hi c h t he a n imal operatio n 

i s b as e d: 
t4i — o ve rall perfoi ni ance and enforcement history of the 

(51 records of health concerns related to t he operation's 

tb) his t ory of complaints. 

(c ) The Director may move an a n imal operation to a different 
Class based on new information o b tained a lt er March 1. 1999. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-2 1 5.3(a)( 1 ): 143- 

215.107(a)(ll>; 

Temporary Adoption Ejf. March 1. 1999: 

Temporan- Repeal Eff. Max 25^ 1999. 

Rule-making Agency: Commission for Hc(dth Services 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 19A .1)401 

Effective Date: Max 21. 1999 

Findings Reviewed by Julian Mann III: Approved 



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Authority for the rule-making: G.S. I30A-152 

Reason for Proposed Action: To include both oral and 
injectable polio in accordance with the Advisory Committee on 
Immunization Practices. Taking this action will further reduce 
incidence of vaccine associated polio. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, data, and other 
information may be submitted in writing within 60 days after the 
day of publication of this issue in the NC Federal Register, 
Copies of the proposed rule and information packages may be 
obraiined by contracting the Immunization Program at 91 9- 715- 
6 764. Written comments may be submitted to Barbara Laymon. 
Immunization Program, PO Box 29597, Raleigh, NC 27626. 

CHAPTER 19 - HEALTH: EPIDEMIOLOGY 

SUBCHAPTER 19A - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE 
CONTROL 



SECTION .0400 - IMMUNIZATION 



.0401 



DOSAGE AND AGE REQUIREMENTS FOR 
IMMUNIZATION 

tal Every individual in North Carolina required to be 
immunized pursuant to G.S. 130A- 152 through 130A-157 shall 
be immunized against the following diseases by receiving the 
specified minimum doses of vaccines by the specified ages: 

( 1 ) Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough vaccine -- 
five doses: three doses by age seven months and two 
booster doses, one by age 19 months and the second 
on or after the fourth birthday and before enrolling in 
school (K- 1 ) for the first time. However: 

(a) An individual who has attained his or her 
seventh birthday without having been 
immunized against whooping cough shall not 
be required to be immunized with a vaccine 
preparation containing whooping cough 
antigen; 

(b) Individuals who receive the first booster dose 
of diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough 
vaccine on or after the fourth birthdav shall not 
be required to have a second booster dose; 

(c) Individuals attending school, college or 
university or who began their 
tetanus/diphtheria toxoid series on or after the 
age of seven years shall be required to have 
three doses of tetanus/diphtheria toxoid of 
which one must have been within the Jast 10 
years. 

(2) oral Poliomyelitis vaccine— four doses: two doses of 
trivalent type by age five months; a third dose 
trivalent type by before age 19 months, and a booster 
dose of trivalent type on or after the fourth birthday 
and before enrolling in school ( K- 1 ) for the first time. 
However: two doses of enhanced-potency inac t iv a ted 
poliomyelitis vaccine may be substituted fo r two 



doses of oral poliomyelitis vaccine. 

(a) An individual attending school who has 
attained his or her 18th birthdav shall not be 
required to receive polio vaccine; 

(b) Individuals who receive the third dose of polio 
myelitis vaccine on or after the fourth birthdav 
shall not be required to receive a fourth dose; 

(c) The requirements for booster doses of polio 
myelitis vaccine shall not apply to individuals 
who enrolled for the first time in the first grade 
before July 1. 1987. 

(3) Measles (rubeola) vaccine—two doses of live, 
attenuated vaccine administered at least 30 days apart: 
one dose on or after age 1 2 months and before age 1 6 
months and a second dose before enrolling in school 
(K- 1 ) for the first time. However: 

(a) An individual who has been documented by 
serological testing to have a protective 
antibody titer against measles shall not be 
required to receive measles vaccine; 

(b) An individual who has been diagnosed prior to 
January j^ 1994, by a physician licensed to 
practice medicine as having measles (rubeola) 
disease shall not be required to receive measles 
vaccine; 

(c) An individual born prior lo 1957 shall luH be 
required to receive measles vaccine; 

(d) The requirement for a second dose oi measles 
vaccine shall not apply to individuals who 
enroll in school (K-1 ) or in college or 
university for the first time before July J^ 1 994. 

(4) Rubella vaccine— one dose of live, allcnuuted ■. accine 
on or after age 12 months and helorc age 16 months. 
However: 

(a) An individual who has been documented by 
serologic testing to have a protective antibody 
titer against rubella shall not be required to 
receive rubella vaccine; 

(b) An individual who has attained his or her 
fiftieth birthdav shall not be required to receive 
rubella vaccine; 

(c) An individual who entered a c ollege or 
university after his or her thirtieth hirlhda\ and 
before February \^ 1989 shall not required to 
meet the requirement for rubel la vaccine. 

(5) Mumps vaccine— one dose of li\e. attenuated vaccine 
administered on or after age 1 2 months and before age 
16 months. However: 

(a) An individual born prior to 1957 shall not be 
required to receive mumps vaccine; 

(b) The requirements tor mumps vaccine shall not 
apply to individuals who enrolled for the firsi 
time in the first grade before July 1 , 1987 or in 
college or university before July I. 1994. An 
individual who has been documented by 
serological testing to lia\e a protective 
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required to receive mumps vaccine. 

(6) Haemophilus influenzae, b. conjugate vaccine--three 
doses of HbOC or two doses of PRP-OMP tjy before 
age seven months and a booster dose of any type 
on or after age 12 months and by age 16 months. 
Individuals born before October J^ 1988 shall not he 
required to be \'accinated atiainst Haeniopliilus 
influenzae, h^ Individuals who recei\c the first dose 
of Haeniopliilus influenzae. Ir vaccine on or after 12 
months of age and before 15 months of age shall be 
required to ha\e on\\ two doses of HbOC or PRP- 
OMP. Individuals who receive the first dose of 
Haemophilus influenzae, h^ vaccine on or after 15 
months of aee shall he required to have only one dose 
of any of the Haenioplulus influenzae conjugate 
vaccines, includmg PRP-D. However, no individual 
who has passed their fifth birthday shall be 
required to be vaccinated against Haemophilus 
influenz.ue, K 

(7) Hepatitis B vaccine-three doses: one dose by age 
three months, a second dose by before age five 
months and a third dose by age 19 months. 
Individuals born before July J^ 1994 shall not be 
required to be vaccinated against hepatitis B^ 

(b) Notwithstandi n g the re qui r em en ts of Pa r ag r ap h (a) of t h is 



Kuie: 



t+) A n ind i v i dual who has atta in ed h i s o r he r seventh 

bi r thday wit h out h avi n g bee n im mu n ized a gai n s t 
wh oo pi ng — coug h — shah — nnt — be — r equ ir ed — to — be 
im muni/^ed w i th a vacc in e preparation containing 



i l who has be e n documented by serologic 



f2i- 



test in g to have a protective antibody titer against 
rube l la shall not b e required to rece i ve rubella 
vacc ine . 

t3i — An individual who has been diagnosed prior to 
January 1, 1994. by a physician licensed t o p r actice 
med i cine as having m easles ( r ubeola) disease shall 
not be required to rec e ive m easles vaccine. 

Hi An individual attend i ng school who has attai n ed his 

or her 18 t h birthday shall n ot h e re qui r ed to rece i ve 
oral polio vaccine. 

<"5i An individual born p r ior to 1957 shall not be required 

to receive measl e s or m u m ps vacc i ne. An individual 
who has attained his o r h er fiftieth b irthday shall not 
be required t o r e c ei v e r ubella vacc in e. An indi\ 'i dual 



who en t ered a co l l e ge o r u ni 



co l l e ge o r u ni \r r s i 
thirt i eth biithday a n d befo r e F e b r uary 



tv after his or he 



IS or ner 
1989 shall 



not be required to meet the requ ir e me nt for mbella 
vaccine. 

W) The re quirements fo r mumps vacci n e shall not apply 

to individuals who enroll e d fo r the tl r sl time in the 



first gradebefore July 1. 1987 or in college or 
univ ers i t y befo r e July 1, 1994. An individual who 
has beendocumen t ed by serological t e sting to have a 
pr o te ctive antibody titer agains t mumps shall no t be 
re qu ire d to r ec e ive m umps \ ' acci n e. 

fh Individuals who receiv e t he first booster dose of 

diph t he ri a, t etanus, and whooping cough vaccine on 
or aft er the fou r th bi r thday shall not be re quired to 
have a s e co n d b oost er dose. Indi\ ' iduals who receiv e 
t he t hi r d dose of oral polio mye litis vacc i ne on or after 
the four t h bir t hday shall not b e required to rec e iv e a 
fourth dose. 



m 



Th e r e qu i rements for booste r doses of diphthe r ia, 
t etanus, and whooping cough vaccine and oral 
p o lio my eli tis vaccin e shall not apply to individuals 
who en r olled for the first tim e in the first g r ade bel o i e 
July 1, 1987. — Ho we v er , ind i viduals attending a 
college — OT — university — or — who — began — thetr 
teta n us/ dip hth er ia toxoid s er ies on or after t he age of 
s e ve n y e a r s s h a l l b e re q uired to have three dos e s of 
tetanus/d iph th eri a toxoid of which one must have 
b ee n within the last 10 y e ars. 

(^1 Individuals bo r n b efore October I, 1988 shall n ot be 

required to be vaccinated against Haemophilus 
influen z ae, b. Individuals who r e ceive the first dose 
of Haemoph i lus influenzae, b, vacc i ne on or af t e r 12 
months of age and before 15 months of age shall b e 
required to have only t wo doses of HbOC o r 
PRP-OMP. lndi\ ' iduals who receive the first dose of 
Haemophilus infiuenzae. b, vaccine on or afte r 15 
months of age shall be required to have only one dose 
of any of t he Haemoph i lus influe n zae conjugate 
vac c in es, i n clud i ng PRP-D. Howeve r , no ind i v i dual 
who has passed t he ir fi f th b ir thd a y s h all be requ ir ed 
to be vacc i nat e d aga in st Hae m ophilus influenzae, b. 

tVd) In dividuals bo r n b eto r e July I, 1994 shall n ot b e 

required to b e vacci n ated agai n st he patiti s B. 

f+ii The requiremen t for a s e cond dose of measles vaccine 

shall not apply to individuals who enroll in school 
(K-1) or in coll e g e or unive r sity for the first time 
before July 1. 1994. 

HistonNore: Authonn G.S. I30A-I52(c}: I30A-155.1: 

Eff. Fehruan I. 1976: 

Amended Eff. July I. 1977: 

Readopted Eff. December 5. 1977: 

Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. Februaiy 1. 1988. for a 

period of 180 days to expire on July 29. 1988: 

Amended Eff. October 1. 1995: October I. 1994: January 1. 

1994: January 4. 1993: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. Max 21. 1999. 



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This Section includes the Register Notice citation to Rules approved hy the Rules Review Conunission (RRC) at its meeting of 
February 21, 1999 pursuant to G.S. 150B-21 .]7( a )i 1 ) and reported to the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight 
Committee pursuant to G.S. 150B-2I . 16. The full te.xt of rules are published below when the rules have been approved by RRC 
in a form different from that originally noticed in the Register or when no notice was required to be published in the Register 
The rules published infill te.xt are identified by an * in the listing of approved rules. Statutory Reference: G.S. 150B-2L17. 

These rules unless otherwise noted, will become effective on the 31st legislative day erf the 2000 Session of the General Assembly 
or a later date if specified by the agency unless a bill is introduced before the 31st legislative day that specifically disapproves 
the rule. If a bill to disapprove a rule is not ratified, the rule will become effective either on the day the hill receives an 
unfavorable final action or the day die General Assembly adjourns. Statutory reference: G.S. 150B-21 .3. 



APPROVED RULE CITATION 



REGISTER CITATION TO THE 
NOTICE OF TEXT 



10 


NCAC 


I4V 


.4302* 




10 


NCAC 


26H 


.0401* 




10 


NCAC 


41E 


.0401 




10 


NCAC 


41E 


.0403 - 


.0406 


10 


NCAC 


41E 


.0501 - 


.0518 


10 


NCAC 


41E 


.0601 - 


.0606 


10 


NCAC 


41E 


.0701 - 


.0704 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0501 - 


.0502 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0504 - 


.0513 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0601 - 


.0606 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0701 - 


.0708 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0801 - 


.0809 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.0902 




10 


NCAC 


41G 


.1001 - 


.1002 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.1004- 


.1013 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.1101 - 


.1106 


10 


NCAC 


41G 


.1201 - 


.1208 


10 


NCAC 


4!G 


.1301 - 


.1309 


10 


NCAC 


4iG 


.1402 




10 


NCAC 


41R 


.0101 - 


.0107 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0101* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0102 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0201 - 


.0204 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0301 - 


.0307 


10 


NCAC 


4IS 


.0401 - 


.0404 


10 


NCAC 


4IS 


.0405* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0406 - 


.0407 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0501 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0502 - 


.0503 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0504 - 


.0506 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0601 - 


.0610 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0611* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0612 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0613* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0614- 


.0615 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0701 - 


.0703 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0704* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0705 - 


.0706 


10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0707* 




10 


NCAC 


41S 


.0708 - 


.07 1 3 


10 


NCAC 


41T 


.0101* 




10 


NCAC 


41T 


.0102 





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NCR 586 
NCR 947 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 857 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 
NCR 886 



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10 


NCAC 


4IT 


,0103* 




10 


NCAC 


41T 


.0104- 


.0106 


10 


NCAC 


41T 


.0201 - 


.0202 


10 


NCAC 


41T 


.0203 - 


.0206 


10 


NCAC 


30B 


.0302 




10 


NCAC 


50B 


.0313* 




15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0310* 




15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0342* 




21 


NCAC 


11 


.0109* 





13:11 NCR 886 


13;11 NCR 886 


13:11 NCR 886 


13 


1 1 NCR 886 


13 


10 NCR 806 


13 


10 NCR 806 


13 


1 1 NCR 905 


13 


1 1 NCR 905 


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TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND 
HUMAN SERVICES 

CHAPTER 14 - MENTAL HEALTH: GENERAL 

SUBCHAPTER 14V - RULES FOR MENTAL HEALTH, 

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AND 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE FACILITIES AND 

SERVICES 

SECTION .4300 - THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY 

.4302 DEFINITIONS 

In addition to the terms defined in G.S. I22C-3 and Rule 
.0103 of this Subchapter, the following terms shall apply: 

( 1 ) "ADD/ADHD" means the same as described in DSM- 
IV Diagnoses and Codes. 

(2) "Qualified therapeutic community professional" 
means: 

(a) a person who has five years of supervised 
experience in a therapeutic community and has 
graduated from either a licensed therapeutic 
community of a therapeutic community 
accredited by Therapeutic Communities of 
America. Washington. D.C., or 

(b) has a bachelor's degree and two years of 
experience in a licensed 24-Hour residential 
facility or service for substance abuse, or 

(c) is a certified substance abuse counselor with 
two years experience in a licensed 24-Hour 
residential facility or service for substance 
abuse, or 

(d) has ten years of supervised experience in 
licensed 24-Hour residential facility or service 
for substance abuse. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. MSB- 147; 
Eff. Aiiaust I. 2000. 

CHAPTER 26 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

SUBCHAPTER 26H - REIMBURSEMENT PLANS 

SECTION .0400 - PROVIDER FEE SCHEDULES 



.0401 PHYSICIAN'S FEE SCHEDULE 

(a) Effective January I. 1995. (.see Paragraph (b) of this Rule) 
physicians" services whether furnished in the office, the patient' s 
home, a hospital, a nursing facility or elsewhere shall be 
reimbursed based on the North Carolina Medicaid Fee Schedule, 
except for payments to the various Medical Faculty Practice 
Plans of the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and East 
Carolina University which shall be reimbursed at cost and cost 
settled at year end. Effective January I, 1998. the North 
Carolina Medicaid Fee Schedule is based on the Medicare Fee 
Schedule Resource Based Relative Value System (RBRVS). in 
effect in fiscal year 1997 (as adopted by Medicare at 56 F.R. 
59501 (November 25. 1991, effective January I. 1992. 
applicable to services furnished beginning January 1 . 1992), but 
with the following clarifications and modifications: 

( 1 ) A maximum fee is established for each service and is 
applicable to all specialties and settings in which the 
service is rendered. Payment is equal to the lower of 
the maximum fee or the providers customary charge 
to the general public for the particular service 
rendered. 

(2) Fees are established on a statewide basis using the 
Medicare Geographic Practice Cost Indices for North 
Carolina. 

(3) There will be no transition period in applying the 
Medicaid fees whereas Medicare has a five year 
phase-in period. 

(4) Annual changes in the Medicaid payments shall be 
applied each January 1 and fee increases shall be 
applied based on the forecasted Gross National 
Product (GNP) Implicit Price Deflator. Said annual 
changes in the Medicaid payments shall not exceed 
the percentage increase granted by the North Carolina 
General Assembly. 

(5) Fees for services deemed to be associated with 
adequacy of access to health care services may be 
increased based on administrative review. The 
service must be essential to the health needs of the 
Medicaid recipients, no other comparable treatment 
available and a fee adjustment must be necessary to 
maintain physician participation at a level adequate to 
meet the needs of Medicaid recipients. A fee may 
also be decreased based on administrative review if it 
is determined that the fee may exceed the Medicare 
allowable amount for the same or similar services, or 
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services, or if the fee is too high in relation to the 

skills, time, and other resources required to provide 

the particular service. 

(6) Fees for new services are established based on this 

Rule, utilizing the most recent RBRVS. if applicable. 

If there is no relative value unit (RVU) available from 

Medicare, fees shall be established based on the fees 

for similar services. If there is no RVU or similar 

service, the fee shall be set at 75 percent of the 

provider's customary charge to the general public. 

(b) This reimbursement limitation shall become effective in 

accordance with the provisions of G.S. 108A-55(c). These 

changes to the Physician's Fee Schedule allowables shall 

become effective when the Health Care Financing 

Administration, U. S. Department of Health and Human 

Services, approves amendment to HCFA by the Director of the 

Division of Medical Assistance on or about January 1 , 1 998 as 

#MA 98-07, wherein the Director proposes amendments of the 

State Plan to amend Physician's Fee Schedule. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. J08A-25(b): S.L 1985. c. 479. 

s. 86: 

Eff. October I. 1982: 

Amended Eff. July 1. 1995: January 4, 1993: June 1, 1990; 

December 1. 1988: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. Januaiy 22. 1998; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. July 22. 1998: 

Amended Eff. August L 2000; April 1. 1999. 

CHAPTER 41 - CHILDREN'S SERVICES 

SUBCHAPTER 41S - MINIMUM LICENSING 
STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE 



( 2 ) The Department of Health and Human Services shal 1 
not change a license during the 90 day grace period. 

(3) A residential child-care facility must notify the 
Children's Services Section in writing of its request 
for a change in license, including such information as 
is necessary to assure that the change is in compliance 
with the rules in Subchapters 41 S and 4 IT. 

(c) Termination. 

(1) When a residential child-care facility voluntarily 
discontinues child caring operations, either 
temporarily or permanently, the residential child care 
facility must notify the Children's Services Section in 
writing of the date, reason and anticipated length of 
closing. 

(2) If a license is not renewed by the end of the 90 day 
grace period, the Department of Health and Hainan 
Services shall automatically terminate the license. 

(d) Adverse Licensure Action. 

( 1 ) The Department of Health and Human Services shall 
deny, suspend or revoke a license when a residential 
child-care facility is not in compliance with the rules 
in Subchapters 41 S and 41T and it determines that 
compliance cannot be accomplished within a 
reasonable time as established by the Children's 
Services Section of the Division of Social Services. 

(2) The Department of Health and Human Services shall 
notify a residential child-care facility in writing of the 
decision to deny, suspend or revoke a license. 

(3) Appeal procedures specified in 10NCAC41 A .0007. 
WAIVER OF LICENSING RULES AND APPEAL 
PROCEDURES, are applicable for persons seeking 
an appeal to the Department's decision to deny. 
suspend or revoke a license. 



SECTION .0100 - GENERAL LICENSING 
REQUIREMENTS 



History Note: Authority G.S. I31D-I0.5: 14.^8 153: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 



.0101 LICENSING ACTIONS 

(a) License. 

( 1 ) The Department of Health and Human Services shall 
issue a license when it determines that the residential 
child-care facility is in compliance with rules in 
Subchapters 41S and 41T. 

(2) A license may remain in effect for one year. 

( 3 ) The Department of Health and Human Services shall 
automatically provide a 90 day grace period at the 
expiration date of the license. 

(4) If licensure materials are submitted after the license 
expires, but within the 90 day grace period, the 
Department of Health and Human Services may issue 
a license one year from the expiration date of the 
previous license. 

(b) Changes in any information on the license. 

( 1 ) The Department of Health and Human Services shall 
change a license during the period of time it is in 
eftect if the change is in compliance with rules m 
Subchapters 41 S and 4 IT. 



SECTION .0200 - MINIMUM LICENSURE 
STANDARDS 

.0201 DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions apply to the rules in Subchapters 
4ISand41T; 

( 1 ) Case Plan means a written document which describes 
the social and child welfare services and activities to 
be provided by the county department of social 
services in the Family Services Case Plan or other 
state and local agencies for the purpose of achieving 
a permanent family relationship tor the child. 

(2) Child Caring Institution means a residential child-care 
facility utilizing permanent buildings loir.ucd on one 
site for 10 or more foster children. 

(3) Children's Foster Care Camp means a residential 
child-care facility which provides 'ostcr care at either 
a permanent camp site or in a wilderness setting. 

(4) Direct Service Personnel means staff responsible for 
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families including, but not limited to, child care 
workers, residential counselors, house/teaching 
parents, social workers, recreation and education staff. 

(5) Director means the person who is in charge of the 
agency and who is responsible for developing and 
supervising the program of residential child care and 
services. 

(6) Emergency ShelterCare means 24 hourcare provided 
in a residential child care facility for a period not to 
exceed 90 days, in accordance with 10 NCAC 4IT 
.0200. 

(7) Family Time means specific period arranged for a 
child who resides in a residential child care facility to 
spend with kin either on-site or away from the 
residential child care facility. 

(8) Foster Child means an individual less than 18 years of 
age who has not been emancipated under the 
provisions of Article 56 of G.S. 7A, or one who is 1 8 
to 21 years of age and continues to reside in the 
residential child-care facility, who is dependent, 
neglected, abandoned, destitute, orphaned, delinquent, 
or otherwise in need of care away from home and not 
held in detention. 

(9) Full License means a license issued for one year when 
all minimum licensing requirements are met. 

(10) Group Home means a residential child-care facility 
operated either under public or private auspices which 
receives for 24 hour care no more than nine children. 
This number includes the care givers" own relatives 
residing in the home under the ages of 18. The 
composition of the group shall include no more than 
two children under the age of two, four children under 
the age of six, and six children under the age of 12. A 
group home shall not provide day care, nor shall it be 
available to adults in the community who wish to rent 
rooms. 

(11) Individualized Service Plan means a written 
document which describes a child's needs, goals and 
objectives in a residential child care facility and the 
direct services staff tasks and assignments to meet a 
child's and family's needs, goals and objectives. 

(12) License means permission granted in writing to a 
corporation, agency or county government by the 
Department of Health and Human Services to engage 
in the provision of full time child care or child placing 
activities based upon an initial determination, and 
annually thereafter, that such corporation, agency, or 
a county government has met and complied with 
minimum standards set forth in this Subchapter. 

(13) Private Agency Residential Child-Care Facility means 
a residential child care facility under the auspices of 
a licensed child placing agency or another private 
residential child care facility. 

(14) Private Residential Child-Care Facility means a 
residential child care facility under the control, 
management and supervision of a private non-profit 
or for-profit corporation, sole proprietorship or 



partnership which operates independently of a 
licensed child placing agency or any other residential 
child care facility. 

(15) Provisional License means a license issued for a 
maximum of six months enabling a facility to operate 
while some below standard component of the 
program is being corrected. A provisional license for 
the same below standard program component shall 
not be renewed. 

(16) Public Agency Residential Child-Care Facility means 
a residential child care facility under the auspices of 
a county department of social services. 

(17) Public Residential Child-Care Facility means a 
residential child care facility under the control, 
management and supervision of a county government. 

(18) Visiting Resource means volunteers from the 
community whose homes children visit on the 
weekends, holiday or vacations. 

(19) Volunteer means a person working for an agency who 
is not paid. 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 1310-10.5; 143B-153: 
Eff. Jiilx 1. 2000. 

.0202 RESPONSIBILITY TO DIVISION OF SOCIAL 
SERVICES 

(a) The residential child-care facility shall annually submit to 
the Division of Social Services the information and materials 
required by rules in Subchapters 41 S and 4 IT to document 
compliance and to support issuance of a license. 

(b) The residential child-care facility shall submit to the 
Division of Social Services an annual statistical report of 
program activities as required in Subchapters 41 S and 4 IT. 

(c) The residential child-care facility shall provide written 
notification to the Division of Social Services of a change in the 
director. 

(d) The office of a residential child care facility shall be 
maintained within the geographical boundaries of North 
Carolina. The licensee shall carry out activities under the North 
Carolina license from this office. 

(e ) The current license of a residential child care facility shall 
be posted at all times in a conspicuous place within the facility. 

(f) 'When there is a report alleging abuse or neglect in a 
residential child-care facility, the director or his designee shall 
immediately notify the Division of Social Services. 

(g) The residential child-care facility shall submit to the 
Division of Social Services a report on the circumstances of the 
allegation and results of the investigation of the allegation of 
abuse or neglect. This report, along with other information, 
shall be reviewed and evaluated by the Division of Social 
Services and used in consultation and technical assistance to the 
residential child-care facility to improve services to protect 
children in placement in the residential child care facility. 

(h) The residential child-care facility shall have and follow 
policies and procedures for handling any suspected incidents of 
child abuse or neglect involving staff. The policies and 
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( 1 ) A provision for reporting any allegations of abuse or 
neglect to the appropriate county department of social 
services for investigation in accordance with G.S. 7A- 
543. 

(2) A provision for recording any suspected incident of 
abuse or neglect and for promptly reporting it to the 
executive director or to the governing body or 
advisory board. 

(3) A provision for promptly notifying the Division of 
Social Services of any allegations of abuse or neglect 
of any child in care. 

(4) A provision for preventing a recurrence of the alleged 
incident pending investigation. 

(5) A provision for written notification to the Division of 
Social Services of any findings of such an 
investigation of child abuse or neglect, specifying 
only whether there was substantiation or 
unsubstantiation of the case. 

History Note: Authorities. inD-W.5: 143B-153: 
Eft: July 1. 2000. 

.0203 SUBSTANTIATIONS OF NEGLECT AGAINST 
THE FACILITY 

(a) When there is a substantiation of neglect against the 
residential child care facility by a county department of social 
services, a corrective action plan shall be submitted by the 
director to the Division of Social Services within 30 days of the 
substantiated report. 

(b) Following the receipt of the corrective action plan, the 
Division of Social Services may make one unannounced on-site 
visit to the facility within the 30 days following the receipt of the 
corrective action plan. 

(c) The Division of Social Services may make subsequent 
onsite visits at varying frequencies and times throughout the 
ensuing year to determine that the corrective actions have been 
implemented. 

History Note: Authority G.S. I31D-1U.5: 143B-153: 
Eff. July I, 2000. 

.0204 LICENSURE PROCEDURES 

(a) Private Residential Child Care Facility Licensure 
Procedures. 

( 1 ) The following materials shall be submitted to the 
Division of Social Services during the application 
phase: 

(A) Articles of Incorporation: 

(B) Bylaws: and 

(C) Governing board list with addresses, 
occupations and classes on the board, including 
officers and terms of officers, if applicable. 

(2) The following materials shall be submitted to the 
Division of Social Services during the investigatory 
phase before an initial license can be issued: 

(A) License Application and Summary. 

(B) Program policies and procedures stating the 



purpose, outlining admission criteria, as well as 
defining areas of responsibilities for services 
which the facility will assume for children in 
care and for services to be provided by the 
referring agency or individual, and discharge 
criteria. 

(C) Description of the child care program and 
evaluation method. 

(D) Program forms. 

( E ) Budget outlining anticipated costs and sources 
of revenue for the first year of operation. 

(F) Personnel policies. 

(G) Organizational chart. 
(H) Job descriptions. 

(I) Staff resumes. 

(J) Full and part-time staff work schedules. 

(K) Medical examinations on full and part-time 
direct-care personnel and any relatives in the 
home. The medical examinations must be 
completed by a licensed medical provider 
within six months prior to the license date. 

(L) Fire and Building Safety Inspection Report (for 
fewer than seven residents, for seven to nine 
residents or 10 or more residents), completed 
and approved by the county building inspector 
or fire marshal. 

(M) Inspection Fonn for Residential Care Facilities. 
completed and approved by the county 
sanitarian. 

(N) Floor plan indicating room dimensions, usage 
of each room, window and door locations and 
sizes and method of heating. 

(O) Written approval from the Dnisioii of Facilit\ 
Services for a design capacity ol sc\ on lo nine 
residents or 10 or more residents, 

(3) Division of Social Services shall make one or more 
visits to the residential child care facility to complete 
the licensing study. 

(4) Based on information obtained during the 
investigatory phase. Department of Health and 
Human Services staff shall evaluate the residential 
child care facility's proposed program and methods of 
operation to determine compliance wiih rules in 
Subchapters 4IS and 41 T. 

(5) The Division of Social Services shall notify the 
residential child-care facility in writing of the 
licensure decision, conditions of the license and any 
recommendations regarding the child care program. 

(b) Licensure Procedures for Private Agency, Public .Agency 
and Public Residential Child Care Facilities. 

( 1 ) The following materials shall be submitted to the 
Division of Social Services before a license may be 
issued: 

(A) License Application and Summary. 

(B) Program policies and procedure^ ^lating 
purpose, outlining admission criteria, as well as 
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criteria. 

(C) Description of the child care program and 
evaluation method. 

(D) Program forms. 

(E) Budget outlining anticipated costs and sources 
of revenue for the first year of operation. 

(F) Job descriptions. 

(G) Staff resumes. 

(H) Full and part-time staff work schedules. 
(I) Medical examinations on full and part-time 
direct care personnel and any relatives in the 
home. The medical reports must be completed 
by a licensed medical provider within six 
months prior to the license date. 

(J) Fire and Building Safety Inspection Report (for 
fewer than seven residents, seven to nine 
residents, or 10 or more residents), completed 
and approved by the county building inspector 
or fire marshal. 

(K) Inspection Form for Residential Care Facilities, 
completed and approved by the county 
sanitarian. 

(L) Floor plan indicating room dimensions, usage 
of each room, wmdow and door locations and 
sizes and method of heating. 

(M) Written approval from the Division of Facility 
Services for a design capacity of seven to nine 
residents or 10 or more residents. 
(2) Department of Health and Human Services staff shall 

notify the residential child-care facility in writing of 

the licensure decision, conditions of the license, and 

any recommendations regarding the child care 

program. 
(c) Licensure Procedures Following First Year of Operation. 

( 1 ) Prior to the license expiration date, the Division of 
Social Services shall notify the residential child care 
facility in writing of the licensure renewal 
requirements. 

(2) The following materials shall be submitted to the 
Division of Social Services before a license for a 
residential child care facility can be renewed: 

(A) License Application and Summary. 

(B) Governing board list, with addresses, 
occupations and classes on the board, officers 
and terms of office, if applicable. 

(C) Budget outlining anticipated costs and sources 
of revenue of the next operating year, with 
estimation of daily cost of care per child for 
past year. 

(D) Annual Information Report on Children. 

(E) Biennial medical reports on full and part-time 
direct care personnel staff and any relatives in 
the facility. These physicals must be 
completed by a licensed medical provider. 

(F) Health Questionnaire on the year when the 
physical examination is not required. 

(G) Fire and Building Safety Inspection Report ( for 



fewer than seven residents, seven to nine 
residents, or 10 or more residents), completed 
and approved by the county building inspector 
or fire marshal. 
( H ) Inspection Form for Residential Care Facilities, 
completed and approved by the county 
sanitarian. 

(I) Updated or revised materials to include, but not 
limited to, policies, procedures, forms, or 
amendments to Bylaws or Articles. 

(J) Independent annual financial audit, if a private 
residential child care facility. 

(3) With the exception of residential child care facilities 
which are accredited by the Council on Accreditation, 
the Division of Social Services shall annually conduct 
onsite visits to private residential child-care facilities 
and conduct desk reviews of the licensure materials of 
a private agency, public agency or public residential 
child care facilities to determine if minimum licensure 
standards for residential child care facilities continue 
to be met. 

(4) For residential child care facilities which are 
accredited by the Council on Accreditation, the 
Division of Social Services shall conduct onsite visits 
to these residential child care facilities every other 
year in accordance with the agreement between the 
Division of Social Services and the Council on 
Accreditation. 

Histon Note: Authority G.S. 131D-W.5: 143B-153: 
Eft: July 1. 2000. 

SECTION .0400 - PERSONNEL 

.0405 PERSONNEL POSITIONS 

(a) Director. There shall be a full time director for an agency 
with one or more facilities licensed for 20 or more children. At 
a minimum, there shall be a part-time director for an agency 
with one or more facilities licensed for less than 20 children. 

(b) A director shall have management skills that enable the 
effective utilization of the residential child care facility's human 
and financial resources and the coordination of the facility's 
services with those provided by other community resources. 

(c) The director shall: 

(1) Be responsible for the general management and 
administration of the residential child care facility in 
accordance with licensing requirements and policies 
established by the governing board; 

(2) Interpret licensing standards, established child care 
standards and the residential child care facility's 
services to the board, the facility's constituency, other 
human service agencies and the public; 

(3) Initiate and carry out the program of residential child 
care as approved by the governing board; 

(4) Report to the governing board on all phases of 
operation at least quarterly; 

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to ensure the maintenance of the residential child care 
facility's operations; 

(6) Establish and oversee fiscal practices, present the 
annual operating budget and quarterly reports to the 
governing board; 

(7) Evaluate, at least annually, the training needs of the 
staff; plan and implement staff training and 
consultation to address identified needs; 

(8) Employ and discharge staff and meet on a regular 
basis with administrative and management staff to 
review, discuss and formulate policies and 
procedures; and 

(9) Supervise all staff responsible to the directors 
position and conduct an annual written evaluation 
which shall contain both a review of job 
responsibilities and goals for future job performance. 

(d) Clerical, Maintenance and Other Support Personnel. The 
residential child care facility shall employ or contract qualified 
personnel to perform all clerical, support and maintenance 
duties. 

(e) Business and Financial Personnel. The residential child 
care facility shall employ or contract personnel to perform all 
business, accounting and financial functions. 

(f) Direct Service Personnel. 

( 1 ) Direct service personnel, hired after the effective date 
of these Rules, shall: 

(A) Have education or experience to meet the 
responsibilities of the job; 

(B) Have a physical examination by a licensed 
medical provider prior to assuming the position 
and biennially thereafter. This examination 
shall include a TB test, unless the medical 
provider advises against this test. This 
examination shall include a statement 
indicating the presence of any communicable 
disease which may pose a significant risk of 
transmission in the residential child care 
facility. After the initial examination, the cost 
of the physical examinations as required by 
licensure shall be at the expense of the facility. 

(2) Standards for direct service personnel in the living 
unit: 

(A) There shall be at least one direct service 
personnel assigned to every 10 children six 
years of age and older and at least one direct 
care personnel assigned for every five children 
younger than six years of age. Supervisory 
personnel within voice range shall be allowed 
to be included in the child to staff ratio; 

(B) The residential child care facility shall ensure 
that direct services personnel receive 
supervision and training in the areas of, but not 
limited to, first aid and CPR, child 
development, permanency planning 
methodology, group management, preferred 
discipline techniques, family relationships, 
human sexuality, health care and socialization. 



leisure time and recreation. In addition, the 
residential child care facility shall provide 
training to direct service personnel in 
accordance with the needs of the client 
population, including but not limited to, 
training in child sexual abuse; 

(C) The child care facility shall ensure that direct 
service personnel receive supervision in food 
preparadon and nutrition when meals are 
prepared in the living unit; and 

(D) Any duties other than direct services duties 
assigned to direct service personnel shall be 
specified in writing and assigned in accordance 
with the residential child care program. 

(3) Standards for supervisory personnel: 

(A) There shall be at least one supervisor lor every 
15 direct service personnel. 

(B) Supervisory staff shall be selected on the basis 
of the knowledge, experience and competence 
required to manage direct service personnel. 

(4) Standards for other direct service personnel: For 
residential child care facilities that employ staff as 
social workers, the following applies: 

(A) There shall be at least one social worker 
assigned for every 16 children and, for every 
six social workers, at least one supervisor shall 
be assigned; 

(B) The residential child care facility shall ensure 
that staff employed as social workers receive 
supervision and training in the areas of. but not 
limited to, child development, permanency 
planning methodology , group dynamics, family 
systems and relationships, and child sexual 
abuse; 

(C) Staff employed as social workers shall be 
familiar with community resources for children 
and their families in addition to the agency's in- 
care services; and 

(D) Any duties other than social work duties 
assigned to staff employed as social workers 
shall be specified in writing and assigned in 
accordance with the residential child care 
program. 

History Note: Aulhonty G.S. 131D-J0.5; 1438-153: 
Eff. Jiilx 1, 2000. 

SECTION .0500 - SERVICE PLANNING 

.0502 ADMISSION PROCEDURES 

(a) The residential child care facility shall establish and 
implement an intake process which includes: 

( 1 ) receipt of an application and a face-to-face interview 
with the child, legal custodian, and family \\hene\er 
possible, with a specific effort to help the child 
understand the purpose of and need for out of home 
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(2) an exchange of information about the facility's 

program and the child's needs, and to provide written 

information required in 10 NCAC 41S .0307(a) and 

10NCAC41S .0504(a). 

(b) A written intake study shall he completed for each child 

accepted into residential care which includes: 

( 1 ) circumstances that led to the need for placement, and 
the child's understanding of the placement; 

(2) assessment of family issues and justification that the 
facility meets the needs of the child and family; 

( 3 ) short term placement goals and long range permanent 
plan, including the parent(s)/legal custodian's 
expectations; 

(4) description of the child's family and significant others; 

(5) description of the child's behavior; 

(6) child specific information, including: 

( A ) medical history, including any current medical 
problems; 

(B) developmental history and current level of 
functioning; 

(C) educafional history, if applicable; and 

(D) the results of current psychological testing, if 
applicable. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 13 ID- 10.5: I43B-153: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

SECTION .0600 - SERVICE DELIVERY 

.0611 PERSONAL POSSESSIONS AND MONEY 

(a) The residential child care facility shall allow each child to 
bring and acquire personal belongings, but may supervise or 
limit the use of these items while the child is in care. 

(b) The residential child care facility shall ensure that each 
child has clean, well-fitting, attractive, seasonal clothing 
appropriate to the age, sex and individual needs of each child. 

(c) The residential child care facility shall ensure that each 
child has individual items necessary for personal hygiene and 
grooming. 

(d) The residential child care facility shall provide 
opportunities for each child to learn the value and use of money. 

(e) The residential child care facility shall provide security 
measures for each child's money separate from the agency's 
financial accounts. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 131D-10.5: 143B-153: 
Eff. Julx 1. 2000. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 131D-10.5: 143B-153: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

.0503 ADMISSION AGREEMENT 

(a) At admission, the residential child care facility must 
develop a written agreement between the parents or legal 
custodian and the facility which specifies the services to be 
provided by the facility and the responsibilities of the parents or 
legal custodian which includes the following: 

( 1 ) statement of consent for placement by the parents or 
legal custodian, with the date of admission; 

(2) plan for providing admission information on the 
child' scare, developmental, educational, medical, and 
psychological needs to the parent(s) or legal 
custodian, the frequency of service plan reviews, and 
receipt of program information required by 10 NCAC 
4IS .0307(a) and 10NCAC41S .0504(a); 

(3) statement of facility responsibility for working with 
the child's parents; 

(4) statement related to the provision of religious training 
and practices and consent to these by the parents or 
legal custodian; 

(5) plan for family time; 

(6) fees and plan for payment of care; 

(7) plan for discharge to include projected length of stay; 
and 

(8) statement of facility responsibility for aftercare 
services. 

(b) For youths 18 years of age and older residing in the 
residential child care facility, the facility shall obtain a voluntary 
placement consent signed by the youth which specifies the 
conditions for continued residential care and services. 



.0613 DISCIPLINE AND BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT 

(a) The residential child care facility shall have written 
policies and procedures on discipline and behavior management 
which shall be provided to and discussed with all children, 
parents or legal custodians, which include: 

( 1 ) Proactive means for interacting with and teaching 
children which emphasize praise and encouragement 
for exhibiting self control and desired behavior; and 

(2) Methods for protecting children and others when a 
child is out of control. 

(b) The residential child care facility shall implement 
standards for behavior which are reasonable and 
developmentally appropriate. 

(c) The residential child care facility shall not engage in 
discipline or behavior management which includes: 

( 1 ) Corporal/physical punishment; 

(2) Cruel, severe, or humiliating actions; 

(3) Discipline of one child by another child; 

(4) Denial of food, sleep, clothing or shelter; 

(5) Denial of family contact, including family time, 
telephone or mail contacts with family; 

(6) Assignment of extremely strenuous exercise or work; 

(7) Verbal abuse or ridicule; 

(8) Chemical, mechanical, or physical restraints except as 
specified in 10 NCAC 41 S .0613(e); or 

(9) Locked rooms. 

(d) The residential child care facility shall prohibit isolation 
as a behavioral control measure except when the facility 
provides it in an unlocked room within hearing distance of a 
staff member and the length of time alone is appropriate to the 
child's age and stages of development. 

(e) If physical restraints are used, the residential child care 
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of and use of physical restraints which shall be discussed with 
each child, parents or legal custodian prior to or upon admission. 
The facility shall train and supervise staff in the safe use of 
physical restraint. The facility shall documents each incident of 
physical restraint on an incident report which shall be filed in the 
child's record. The facility shall assign supervisory staff to 
review and initial each incident report within 24 hours of the 
physical restraint to evaluate that the correct steps were followed 
by the direct child care staff who applied the physical restraint. 

History Note: Authorm- G.S. 131D-10.5: 143B-153; 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

SECTION .0700 - BUILDINGS, GROUNDS AND 
EQUIPMENT 

.0704 FIRE AND BUILDING SAFETY 

(a) Each building shall have a non-pay telephone available at 
all times. Emergency telephone numbers shall be posted at the 
telephone. 

(b) Care must be exercised by the staff in allowing children 
to use matches or to handle combustible materials. 

(c) Emergency plans and fire evacuation plans approved by 
the local fire authority must be developed and posted on each 
floor of each building. 

(d) Fire drills must be held monthly at different times during 
the day and quarterly at night for both children and staff 
Documentation of fire drills must be kept. 

(e) The staff and children residing in a facility must be trained 
in the proper reporting of a fire and the ways of escaping from 
a fire. New residents must be instructed within the first day 
upon admittance. 

(f) For every 2,500 square feet of floor area or portion thereof 
and for each floor there must be at least one tire extinguisher. 
Fire extinguishers must be provided in accordance with the 
standards of the National Fire Protection Association Standard 
for Portable Fire Extinguishers NFPA Number 10. They must 
be inspected annually and kept charged and filled at all times in 
accordance with NFPA Number 10. NFPA Number 10 is 
hereby incorporated by reference including subsequent 
amendments and additions. The NFPA Number 10 may be 
obtained from NFPA. 1 1 Tracy Drive, Avon, Massachusetts, 
02322 at a cost of twenty four dollars and seventy-tlve cents 
($24.75). 

(g) For seven or more residents, each floor level must be 
separated from other floors in accordance with the requirements 
of the applicable building code, and by not less than walls and 
a solid core, self-closing, 20 minute fire-rated door. 

(h) Each floor level must be provided with a minimum of two 
remotely-located exits. 

(i) Fire exits and all exit-access paths including doors, 
hallways, and stairs, must be well lighted and kept clear of 
obstructions. 

(j) No locks shall be installed on exit or room doors which 
would prevent occupants from getting out of the building by the 
simple operation of a single knob or lever. 

( k ) Emergency lighting must be provided for exiting from the 



building. 

(1) Windows in children's bedrooms must be openable 
without the use of keys or special tools. 

(m) Fire alarm and smoke detector systems must be installed 
in each child care facility in accordance with the North Carolina 
State Building Code, be audible throughout the building, be kept 
in working order and be readily identifiable by the staff and 
children. 

(n) All electrical and heating equipment must be UL listed or 
be listed by a tesfing agency recognized by the NC Department 
of Insurance; the electrical wiring in the building must conform 
to the requirements stated in the National Electrical Code for the 
applicable occupancy. The National Electrical Code is hereby 
incorporated by reference including subsequent amendments and 
additions. The National Electrical Code may be obtained from 
the Department of Insurance, Code Council Section, 4 10 Boylan 
Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 at a cost of forty-five 
dollars ($45.00). 

(0) Hot water at fixtures used by residents for bathing or 
hand-washing must be maintained at a minimum of 100 degrees 
Fahrenheit and a maximum of not more than 1 16 degrees 
Fahrenheit. 

Histon' Note: Authority G.S. J31D-W.5: 143B-153: 
Eff. Julx I. 2000. 

S)l<dl SLEEPING AREAS 

(a) Bedrooms in existing facilities licensed before October 
31, 1977 must provide a minimum of 60 square feet of floor 
space for each child in multi-occupancy bedrooms and a 
minimum of 80 square feet of floor space in sin^:le-occupancy 
bedrooms. Floor area shall not include closets ■... wardrobes. 

(b) Except as provided in Paragraph (c) of this Rule, 
bedrooms in facilities licensed or developed after October 31. 
1977 must provide a minimum of 80 square feet of floor space 
for each child in multi-occupancy bedrooms and a minimum of 
100 square feet of floor space in single-occupancy bedrooms. 
Floor area shall not include closets or wardrobes. 

(c) Bedrooms in facilities housing children with a maximum 
stay of not more than 15 days must provide a minimum of 60 
square feet of floor space for each child in multi-occupancy 
bedrooms and a minimum of 80 square feet of floor space in 
single-occupancy bedrooms. Floor area shall not include closets 
or wardrobes. 

(d) The only door access to a bedroom inusi not be through 
another bedroom. 

(e) No child may share a bedroom with a staff member. 

(f) No bedroom shall house more than four children. 

(g) Children of different sexes more than five years of age 
must not share a bedroom. 

(h) Each child must have a bed of his or her .*vvii. 

(i) Bunk beds shall be limited to no more than one bed aho\c 
the other bed at least four feet apart venicall\ 

(j) Beds must be at least three feet apart at tiie head, toot and 
sides; bunk beds must be at least five feet apart, hori/ontally, 

(k) Each bed must be provided with a mattress in good repair. 

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temporary nature may be used. 

(m) Bedrooms must be provided with a minimum of 48 cubic 
feet of closet or wardrobe space per child and four cubic feet of 
drawer space per child. 

(n) Each bedroom must be provided with window area equal 
to eight percent of the tloor area of the room. 

Hisroiy Note: Aulhonn- G.S. I3ID-10.5: I43B-153: 
Eff. Ji,l\ I. 2000. 

SUBCHAPTER 41T - MINIMUM LICENSING 

STANDARDS FOR SPECIALIZED RESIDENTIAL 

CHILD CARE PROGRAMS 



SECTION .0100 



CHILDREN'S FOSTER CARE 
CAMPS 



.0101 APPLICABILITY 

In addition to the rules in 10 NCAC 4 IS, the rules in this 
Section shall apply to all persons licensed or seeking licensure 
tor a children's foster care camp as defined in 10 NCAC 41S 
.0201. 

History Note: Authority G.S. I31D-I0.5; 143B-153: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

.0103 PERSONNEL 

(a) Direct service personnel and super\isory personnel, in 
addition to supervision and training specified in 10 NCAC 41 S 
.0405(0(2 )(B). shall be provided supervision and training in the 
following areas: 

( 1 ) rescue evacuation, updated every three years; and 

(2) basic emergency water safety course, with 
certification documented in the camp files and 
updated every three years. 

(b) There shall be a minimum of two counselors with 
certification in Basic Rescue and Water Safety for each 10 
children participating in activities involving water, including, but 
not limited to: swimming, boating, canoeing, and rafting. 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 131D-10.5: N3B-I53: 
Eff. July I. 2000. 

SECTION .0200 - EMERGENCY SHELTER CARE 
PROGRAM 

.0201 APPLICABILITY 

In addition to the rules in 10 NCAC 41 S. the rules in this 
Section shall apply to all persons licensed or seeking licensure 
for an emergency shelter care program as defined in 10 NCAC 
41 S .0201. 

Hi.su>r\- Note: Authority- G.S. 1310-105: I43B-153: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

.0202 ADMISSION PROCEDURES 

(a) At the time of admission, the residential child care facility 



shall obtain the following information: 

( 1 ) The name, sex, race, birth date and birth place of the 
child; 

(2) When available, the parents' names, addresses, 
telephone numbers, birth dates, races, religion and 
marital status; 

(3) When available, the names, addresses and telephone 
numbers of siblings and other significant relatives; a 
record of the child's prior placements with names of 
care givers, addresses and dates of care; and 

(4) If the child has had prior placements, the names of 
care-givers, addresses and dates of prior placements. 

(b) Within 72 hours of admission, the facility shall obtain the 
following: 

( 1 ) a written agreement for admission from the legal 
custodian; 

(2) consent for release of information; 

(3) consent for emergency medical treatment; and 

(4) consent for family time/visitation. 

(c) Within two weeks of admission, the facility shall obtain 
the following: 

( 1 ) Report of the physical examination in accordance 
with 10 NCAC 41 S .0604(n(a);and 

(2) A social summary which includes background 
information on the child, his/her family, his/her 
presenting problems, and current circumstances. 

History Note: Authority G.S. I3ID-10.5: 143B-I53: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 

CHAPTER 50 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

SUBCHAPTER SOB - ELIGIBILITY 
DETERMINATION 

SECTION .0300 - CONDITIONS FOR ELIGIBILITY 

.0313 INCOME 

(a) For family and children's cases, income from the 
following sources shall be counted in the calculation of financial 
eligibility: 

( 1 ) Unearned. 

(A) RSDI, 

(B) 'Veteran's Administration, 

(C) Railroad Retirement. 

(D) Pensions or retirement benefits, 

(E) Workmen's Compensation, 

(F) Unemployment Compensation, 

(G) Support Payments. 
(H) Contributions, 

(I) Dividends or interest from stocks, bonds, and 

other investments, 
(J) Trust fund income, 
(K) Private disability or employment 

compensation, 
(L) That portion of educational loans, grants, and 

scholarships for maintenance. 



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(2) 



(M) 
(N) 
(O) 
(P) 
(Q) 
(R) 
(S) 
(T) 

(U) 



(V) 

(W) 

(X) 
(Y) 

(Z) 



Work release. 

Lump sum payments. 

Military allotments. 

Brown Lung Benefits. 

Black Lung Benefits, 

Trade Adjustment benefits, 

SSI when the client is in long term care, 

VA Aid and Attendance when the client is in 

long term care. 

Foster Care Board payments in excess of state 

maximum rates for M-AF clients who serve as 

foster parents. 

Income allocated from an institutionalized 

spouse to the client who is the community 

spouse as staled in 42 U.S.C. 1396r-5(d), 

Income allowed from an institutionalized 

spouse to the client who is a dependent family 

member as slated in 42 U.S.C. I396r-3(d), 

Sheltered Workshop Income, 

Loans if repayment of a loan and not counted 

in reserve, 

to Familv and Children's 



Income deemed 

clients. 
Earned Income. 
(A 



wages, salaries, and 



(B) 
(C) 

(D) 

(E) 
(F) 

(G) 



(H) 



income includins 



Income from 
commissions. 
Farm Income. 
Small business 
self-employment. 
Rental income. 

Income from roomers and boarders. 

Earned income of a child client who is a 

part-time student and a full-time employee. 

Supplemental payments in excess of state 

maximum rates for Foster Care Board 

payments paid by the county to Family and 

Children's clients who serve as foster parents, 

VA Aid and Attendance paid to a budget unit 

member who provides the aid and attendance. 

(3) Additional sources of income not listed in 

Subparagraphs (a)(1) or (2) of this Rule shall be 

considered available unless specifically excluded by 

Paragraph (b) of this Rule, or by regulation or statute. 

(b) For family and children's cases, income from the 

following sources shall not be counted in the calculation of 

financial eligibility: 

( 1 ) Earned income of a child who is a part-time student 
but is not a full-time employee; 

(2) Earned income of a child who is a full-time student; 

(3) Incentive payments and training allowances made to 
WIN training participants; 

(4) Payments for supportive services or reimbursement of 
oul-of-pocket expenses made to volunteers serving as 
VISTA volunteers, foster grandparents, senior health 
aides, senior companions. Service Corps of Retired 
Executives, Active Corps of Executives, Retired 
Senior Volunteer Programs, Action Cooperative 



Volunteer Program. University Year for Action 
Program, and other programs under Titles I. II. and III 
ofPublicLaw93-113; 

(5) Foster Care Board payments equal to or below the 
state maximum rates for Family and Children's clients 
who serve as foster parents; 

(6) Income that is unpredictable, i.e., unplanned and 
arising only from time to time. Examples include 
occasional yard work and sporadic babysitting; 

(7) Relocation payments; 

( 8 ) Value of the coupon allotment under the Food Stamp 
Program; 

(9) Food (vegetables, dairy products, and meat) grown by 
or given to a member of the household. The amount 
received from the sale of home grown produce is 
earned income; 

(10) Benefits received from the Nutrition Program for the 
Elderly; 

(11) Food Assistance under the Child Nutrition Act and 
National School Lunch Act; 

(12) Assistance provided in cash or in kind under any 
governmental, civic, or charitable organization whose 
purpose is to provide social services or vocational 
rehabilitation. This includes V.R. incentive payments 
for training, education and allowance for dependents, 
grants for tuition, chore services under Title XX ol 
the Social Security Act, V A aid and atleinlance or aid 
to the home bound if the individual is in a private 
living arrangement; 

(13) Loans or grants such as the GI Bill, ci\ic, honorary 
and fraternal club scholarships, loans, or scholarships 
granted from private donations to ihc ollegc. etc.. 
except for any portion used or JcMgnaled foi 
maintenance; 

( 14) Loans, grants, or scholarships to undergraduates for 
educational purposes made or insured under any 
program administered by the US Department of 
Education; 

(15) Benefits received under Title VII of the Older 
Americans Act of 1965; 

( 16) Payments received under the Experimental Housing 
Allowance Program (EHAP); 

(17) In-kind shelter and utility contributions paid directly 
to the supplier. For Family and Children's cases. 
shelter, utilities, or household furnishings made 
available to the client at no cost; 

(18) Food/clothing contributions in Family and Children's 
cases (except for food allowance for persons 
temporarily absent in medical facilities up to 12 
months); 

( 19) Income of a child under 21 in Ihe budget unit who is 
participating in JTPA and is receiving as a child: 

(20) Housing Improvement Grants appri)\ cd by the N.C. 
Commission of Indian Affairs or funds ilistribuied per 
capital or held in trust for Indian tribe members uiulcr 
PL. 92-254. P.L. 93-134 or P.L. 94-340; 

(21) Payments to Indian tribe members as pcrmilied under 



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P.L. 94-114; 

(22) Payments made hy Medicare to a home renal dialysis 
patient as medical benefits; 

(23) SSI except for individuals in long term care; 

(24) HUD Section 8 benefits when paid directly to the 
supplier or jointly to the supplier and client; 

(25) Benefits received by a client who is a representative 
payee for another individual who is incompetent or 
incapable of handling his affairs. Such benefits must 
be accounted for separate from the payees own 
income and resources; 

(26) Special one time payments such as energy, 
weatherization assistance, or disaster assistance that 
is not designated as medical; 

(27) The value of the U.S. Department of Agriculture 
donated foods (surplus commodities); 

(28 ) Payments under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
Act. Public Law 92-203; 

(29) Any payment received under Title II of the Uniform 
Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition 
Policies Act of 1970; 

(30) HUD Community Development Block Grant funds 
received to finance the renovation of a privately 
owned residence; 

(31) Reimbursement for transportation expenses incurred 
as a result of participation in the Community Work 
Experience Program or for use of client's own vehicle 
to obtain medical care or treatment; 

(32) Adoption assistance; 

(33) Incentive payments made to a client participating in a 
vocational rehabilitation program; 

(34) Title XX funds received to pay for services rendered 
by another individual or agency; 

(35) Any amount received as a refund of taxes paid. 

(36) The first fifty-dollars ($50) of each child 
support/spousal obligation or military allotment paid 
monthly to the budget unit in a private living 
arrangement. 

(c) Foraged, blind, and disabled cases, income counted in the 
determination of financial eligibility is based on standards and 
methodologies in Title XVI of the Social Security Act. 

(d) For aged, blind, and disabled cases, income from the 
following sources shall not be counted: 

( 1 ) Any Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) increase or 
receipt of RSDl benefit which resulted in the loss of 
SSI for those individuals described in Item (17) of 
Rule .0101 of this Subchapter. 

(2) Earnings for those individuals who have a plan for 
achieving self-support (PASS ) that is approved by the 
Social Security Administration. 

(e) Income levels for purposes of establishing eligibility are 
those amounts approved by the N.C. General Assembly and 
stated in the Appropriations Act for categorically needy and 
medically needy classifications, except for the following: 

( 1 ) The income level shall be reduced by one-third when 
an aged, blind or disabled individual lives in the 
household of another person and does not pay his 



proportionate share of household expenses. The one- 
third reduction shall not apply to children under 
nineteen years of age who live in the home of their 
parents; 

(2) An individual living in a long term care facility or 
other medical institution shall be allowed as income 
level deduction for personal needs described under 
Rule .0314 (Personal Needs Allowance) of this 
Subchapter; 

(3) TTie categorically needy income level for an aged, 
blind, and disabled individual or couple is the SSI 
individual or couple amount. This is the current 
Federal Benefit Rate (FBR). 

(4) The income level to be applied for Qualified Medicare 
Beneficiaries described in 42 U.S.C. 1396d and 
individuals described in 42 U.S.C. 1396e is based on 
the income level for one; or two for a married couple 
who live together and both receive Medicare. 

Histon Note: Filed as a Temporary Rule Effective July I. 
1 987. for a period of J 20 days to expire on October 3 f 1987; 
Authority- G.S. 108A-25{b): 108A-61: 42 C.F.R. 435.135; 42 
C.F.R 435.731; 42 C.F.R. 435.831; 42 C.F.R. 435.733; 42 
C.FR. 435.811; 42 C.F.R. 435-812; 42 U.S.C 1383c(d>; 45 
C.F.R. 233.20; P.L 99-272; Section 12202; Alexander r. 
Flahteny Consent Order filed February 14. 1992; 
Eft: September I. 1984; 

Amended Eff. Aueust 1^ 2000; Januan 1. 1996; January 1. 
1995; September 1, 1994; September 1. 1993; Aprill. 1993. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 10 - WILDLIFE RESOURCES AND WATER 
SAFETY 



SUBCHAPTER lOF 



MOTORBOATS AND WATER 
SAFETY 



SECTION .0300 - LOCAL WATER SAFETY 
REGULATIONS 

.0310 DARE COUNTY 

(a) Regulated Areas. This Rule applies to the following 
waters and portions of waters: 

( 1 ) Manteo. Doughs Creek adjacent to Shallowbag Bay 
and all canals situated within the territorial limits of 
the Town of Manteo. 

(2) Hatteras. 

(A) The waters of Hatteras Harbor and Muddy 
Creek bounded on the north and south by the 
high-water mark, on the west by a straight line 
between channel markers number 20 and 17. 
and on the east by the mouth of Muddy Creek 
at Sandy Bay. 

(B) The waters of Hatteras Inlet North Dock ferry 



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(3) 
(4) 



(5) 



(6) 
(7) 

(8) 

(9) 
(10) 
(11) 



(12) 



(13) 
(14) 
(15) 



(16) 



(17) 



basin and the Hatteras Landing channel, 
including the vicinity of Coast Guard Beacon 
Number One in the approach channel as 
delineated by appropriate markers. 

Mann's Harbor. The waters of Ferry Dock Road 

Canal. 

Nags Head: 

(A) Those waters contained within the canals of 
Old Nags Head Cove Development; 

(B) The Roanoke Sound inlets at Pond Island on 
either side of Marina Drive extending north 
from US 64-264. 

Wanchese; 

(A) The waters of Wanchese Harbor; 

(B) The Canal from its beginning where it connects 
with the Roanoke Sound south of the dead end 
road SR 1141 extending northwest roughly 
parallel to SR 1141 and SR 1142. then 
westward roughly parallel to NC 345. and 
finally curving to the southwest roughly 
parallel to the C.B. Daniels Road to its end. 

Stumpy Point Canal. That portion of Stumpy Point 

Canal beginning at the Wildlife Resources 

Commission boating access area and extending inland 

for a distance of 3.600 feet. 

Stumpy Point Basin. That portion of the Stumpy 

Point Basin, at the head of the Stumpy Point Bay, 

which is next to Highway 264 in the dock area and 

designated by the appropriate markers. 

Town of Southern Shores. The waters contained in 

the canals and lagoons within the territorial limits of 

the Town of Southern Shores. 

Colington Harbour. The waters contained in the 

canals of Colington Harbour. 

Kitty Hawk. Those waters contained in the canals of 

Kitty Hawk Landing Subdivision. 

Washington Baum Bridge. Those waters of the 

Roanoke Sound from marker 24B north of the bridge 

to marker 24A south of the bridge, and 50 yards east 

of the navigation span west to the shore as designated 

by the appropriate markers. 

Colington Island. The waters contained in an area 

beginning at the bath house and recreation center on 

the western shore of Colington Island, running 600 

feet in a northerly direction and extending 300 feet 

into Albemarle Sound as marked. 

The waters of Baum Bay Harbor. 

The waters of High Bridge Creek. 

Mill Creek - The waters of Pamlico Sound at Mill 

Creek near Avon as delineated by appropriate 

markers. 

Ginguite Creek - The waters of Ginguite Creek from 

Highway 158 north to Lot 15 in Marlins Point 

Subdivision. 

Marina Canal - The waters of Marina Canal starting 

at the mouth of the canal from the Pamlico Sound to 

the boat basin adjoining Palmetto Shores Subdivision. 



(b) Speed Limit. No person shall operate any motorboat or 
vessel at greater than no- wake speed within any of the 
regulated areas described in Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

(c) Restricted Swimming Area. No person operating or 
responsible for the operation of any vessel, surfboard, water 

skis, or jet skis shall permit the same to enter any marked 
swimming area described in Subparagraph (12) of Paragraph 
(a) of this Rule. 

(d) Placement and Maintenance of Markers. Subject to the 
approval of the United States Coast Guard and the United States 
Army Corps of Engineers, the following agencies are designated 
suitable agencies for placement and maintenance of markers 
implementing this Rule as to the regulated areas listed in the 
several Subparagraphs of Paragraph (a) of this Rule: 

( 1 ) the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Manteo 
as to the areas indicated in Subparagraph ( 1 ): 

( 2 ) the Board of Commissioners of Dare County as to the 
areas indicated in Subparagraphs (2) through (7), (9), 
(ll).(13),(l5),(16)and(17). 

(3) the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Southern 
Shores as to the areas indicated in Subparagraph (8); 

(4) the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Kitty 
Hawk as to the areas indicated in Subparagraph ( 10) 
and (14). 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 75A-3: 75A-15: 

Ejf. Febntaiy 1. 1976: 

Amended Ejf. April 1. 1997: December 1. 1994: May I. 1994: 

March 1, 1993: May 1. ]988: 

Temporary Amendment Ejf. February 1, 1999: Juh I. 1998: 

Amended Eff. Julx L 2U00: April I, 1999. 

.0342 CATAWBA COUNTY 

(a) Regulated Areas. This Rule applies to the lol lowing 
waters of Lake Hickory: 

( 1 ) the public fishing pier located at the old Wildlife Club 
off 12th Street Drive. NW. City of Hickory; 

(2) the shores of the Dixie Boat Club, Inc.; 

(3) that area within 50 yards of the Moore's Ferry Boat 
Marina and Boathouse on 44th Avenue, Circle NW; 

(4) the cove entering the Lake Hickory RV Resort/Marina 
as delineated by appropriate markers. 

(b) Speed Limit. No person shall operate a vessel at greater 
than no- wake speed in the waters of the regulated areas specified 
in Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

(c) Placement and Maintenance of Markers. Thegmcrning 
board of the City of Hickory and the Catawba County Board of 
Commissioners are designated suitable agencies for placement 
and maintenance of the markers implementing this Rule, subject 
to the approval of the United States Coast Guard ari ihe United 
States Army Corps of Engineers. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 75A-3: 75.A-I5: 
Eff. September 1. 1982: 
Amended Ejf. March 1. 1992: Max I, 1989: 
Temporary Amendment Eff. February I. 1999: 
Amended Eff.Juh I. 2000. 



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TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 11 - NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF 
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROFESSIONALS 

SECTION .0100 - ADMINISTRATION 

.0109 CURRICULA AND MINIMUM STANDARDS 
FOR TRAINING 

The minimum continuing education requirements of the 
Employee Assistance Certification Commission are hereby 
incorporated by reference. This referenced material shall 
include any subsequent editions and amendments. It may be 
obtained at no cost from the EACC/Certification 
Department/EAPA, 2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 500, Arlington. 
Virginia 22201-3022. 

History Note: Authorit}- G.S. 90-500: 
Temporal-}- Adoption Eff. May 5. 1998: 
Eff. August I. 2000. 



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RVLES REVIEW COMMISSION 



1 his Section contains the agenda for the next meeting of the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. June 17. 1999. 10:00 
a.m. . at 1 307 Glen wood Ave.. Assembly Room, Raleigh, NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule before 
the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by Monday. 
June 14. 1999. at 5:00 p.m. Specific instructions and addresses may be obtained from the Rules Review Commission at 9 1 9- 



733-2721. Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at least 24 hours prior 
to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Teresa L. Smallwood. Vice Chairman 
John Arrowood 

Laura Devan 

Jim Funderburke 

David Twiddy 



Appointed by House 

Paul Powell, Chairman 

Anita White, 2"*^ Vice Chairman 

Mark Garside 

Steve Rader 

George Robinson 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



June 17, 1999 
July 15, 1999 
August 19, 1999 
September 16, 1999 



October 21, 1999 
November 18, 1999 
December 16, 1999 



LOG OF FILINGS 
RULES SUBMITTED: APRIL 20, 1999 THROUGH MAY 20, 1999 



agency/division 



RULE NAME 



Minimum Standards for Correctional Off. 
Minimum Standards for Probation/Parole Off 
Minimum Stds/Probation/Parole Intake Off 
Minimum Standards for Parole Case Analysts 
Minimum Standards Probation/Parole Off. 
Minimum Stds Probation/parole Intensive Off 
Administration of Criminal Justice Schools 
Responsibilities of the School Director 
Admission of Trainees 
Training Course Enrollment 
Basic Training-Law Enforcement Officers 
Basic Training-Correctional Officers 
Basic Training-State Youth Services Officers 
Basic Training-Probation/Parole Officers 
Specialized Instructor Training-Firearms 
Specialized Instructor Training-Driving 
Basic Training-Wildlife Enforcement Officers 
Specialized Instructor Training 
Specialized Instructor Training 
General Instructor Certification 



RULE 




ACTION 


ANDARDS COMMISSION 




12NCAC9B 


.0107 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0109 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0110 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0112 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0113 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0115 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0201 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0202 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0203 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0204 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0205 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0206 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0207 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0208 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0226 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0227 


Amend 


I2NCAC9B 


.0228 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0232 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0233 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


.0302 


Amend 



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Terms and Conditions 
Specific Instructor Certification 
Terms and Conditions 
Instructor Certification Renewal 
Evaluation of Training Waiver 
Trainee Attendance 
Completion of Basic Training 
Comprehensive Written Examination 
Satisfaction of Minimum Training Req. 
Comprehensive Written Exam 
Satisfaction of Minimum Training 
Pre-Delivery Training Course Report 
Post-Delivery Training Course Report 
Report of Training Course Completion 
Reports of Training Course Presentation 
Failure to Qualify 

JUSTICE/NC SHERIFFS' EDUCATION AND TRAINING STANDARDS 

Definitions 

Basic Law Enf Training Course for Deputy 

Evaluation for Training Waiver 

Trainee Attendance 

Completion of Basic Law Enf Course 

Written Exam 

Satisfaction of Minimum Training Req. 

Detention Officer Certification Course 

Admin, of Detention Officer Cert. Course 

Limited Lecturer Certification 

General Provisions 

Purpose 

General Provisions 

Basic Reserve Deputy Sheriff Prof Cert. 

Intermediate Reserve Deputy Sheriff Cert 

Advanced Reserve Deputy Sheriff Cert 

How to Apply 

DENR/MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

Endangered or Threatened Species 
Applicability of Rules: Joint Waters 

DENRAVILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION 

Chasing Deer by Dogs in Certain Counties 
Wild Boar (Both Sexes) 

EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF 

Purchasing Flexibility Exemption 

Nature of Licensure 

State Board of Education Action 

Application for Approval; Criteria 

State Board Review Stds/Approval Actions 

Consortium-Based Prog./Inno\ ative Prog. 

Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loans 

General Information 

Credit 

Program Requirements for Licensure 

License Patterns 

Licenses/Non-Teacher Education Graduates 



12NCAC9B 


0303 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


0304 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


0305 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


0312 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


0403 


Amend 


1 2 NCAC 9B 


0404 


Amend 


12NCAC9B 


0405 


Amend 


12 NCAC 9B 


0406 


Amend 


12 NCAC 9B 


0407 


Repeal 


12 NCAC 9B 


0414 


Amend 


12 NCAC 9B 


0415 


Amend 


1 2 NCAC 9C 


0211 


Amend 


1 2 NCAC 9C 


0212 


Amend 


1 2 NCAC 9C 


0213 


Amend 


12 NCAC 9C 


0403 


Amend 


12 NCAC 9E 


0107 


Amend 


DARDS 

12 NCAC lOB 


.0103 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0502 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0505 


Amend 


12NCAC10B 


.0506 


Repeal 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0507 


Repeal 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0508 


Repeal 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0509 


Repeal 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0601 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0703 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.0908 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1002 


Amend 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1401 


Adopt 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1402 


Adopt 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1403 


Adopt 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1404 


Adopt 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1405 


Adopt 


12 NCAC lOB 


.1406 


Adopt 


15 NCAC 31 .0107 


Amend 


15 NCAC 3Q 


0106 


Amend 


15 NCAC lOB 


.0109 


Amend 


15 NCAC lOB 


.0204 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6B 


0108 


Adopt 


16 NCAC 6C 


0102 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0103 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0202 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0205 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0206 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0207 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0301 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0302 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0303 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0304 


Amend 


16 NCAC 6C 


0305 


Amend 



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License Endorsement 1 6 NC AC 6C .0306 

License Renewal 1 6 NCAC 6C .0307 

Expired Licenses 1 6 NCAC 6C .0308 

Reciprocity in Licensure 1 6 NCAC 6C .0309 

Temporary Permit 1 6 NCAC 6C .03 1 1 

License Suspension and Revocation 16 NCAC 6C .0312 

Criminal History Checks 1 6 NCAC 6C .03 1 3 

General Provisions 16 NCAC 6C .0501 

Graduation Requirements 16 NCAC 6D .0103 

Disposition of Old Textbooks 1 6 NCAC 6D .02 1 

Testing Requirements and Opportunities 16 NCAC 6D .0301 

Test Administration 1 6 NCAC 6D .0302 

Accountability Coordinator 16 NCAC 6D .0303 

End-of-Course Tests 1 6 NCAC 6D .0305 

Interscholastic Athletics 1 6 NCAC 6E .0202 

Driver Training 16 NCAC 6E .0301 

Accreditation Procedures 1 6 NCAC 6G .0202 

Due Process Protections 1 6 NCAC 6G .0308 

Suspension of Powers/Duties of School Bds 1 6 NCAC 6G .0309 

General Knowledge Test for Licensed Staff 1 6 NCAC 6G .03 1 1 

Charter School Advisory Committee 1 6 NCAC 6G .0502 

Definitions 1 6 NCAC 6H .0 1 1 

Complaint Procedures for Federal Programs 16 NCAC 6H .0103 

Administration/Special Education Programs 16 NCAC 6H .0105 

Non-Instructional Special Education Services 16 NCAC 6H .0106 

Special Ed. Assessment/Placement Proc 1 6 NCAC 6H .0 1 07 

Surrogate Parents/Chiidren/Special Needs 1 6 NCAC 6H .0108 

Confidentiality:Access/Special Ed. Record 16 NCAC 6H .0109 

Special Education Due Process Procedures 1 6 NCAC 6H .0110 



Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Repeal 

Amend 

Amend 

Adopt 

Adopt 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amenti 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 



STATE BOARDS/COSMETIC ART EXAMINERS, STATE BOARD OF 

Definitions 21 NCAC 14A .0101 Amend 

Office Hours 21 NCAC 14A .0103 Amend 

Purpose and Responsibility 21 NCAC 14A .0105 Amend 

Prerequisites 21 NCAC 14C .0202 Amend 

Applications for Salon License 21 NCAC 14F .0101 Amend 

Newly Established Residential Salons 21 NCAC 14F .0105 Amend 

Space Requirements 21 NCAC 14G .0103 Amend 

Withdrawals 21 NCAC 141 .0104 Amend 

Report of Enrollment 21 NCAC 141 .0107 Amend 

Summary of Cosmetic Art Education 21 NCAC 141 .0109 Amend 

Time Requirements According to Hours 21 NCAC 14J .0103 Amend 

Internships 21 NCAC 14J .0208 Amend 

Approval/Credit/Cosmetology Instructor 21 NCAC 14J .0501 Amend 

Course of Study 21 NCAC 14K .0102 Amend 

Live Model Performances 21 NCAC 14K .0107 Amend 

Qualifications-Cosmetologists Teachers 21 NCAC 14L .0101 Amend 

Qualifications-Manicurists Teachers 21 NCAC 14L .0105 Amend 

Teacher Training Curriculum 21 NCAC 14L .0216 Amend 

Applicants Licensed as Teachers 21 NCAC 14L .0303 Amend 

Time and Place of Examinations 21 NCAC 14N .0101 Amend 

Initial Applications and Fees 21 NCAC 14N .0102 Amend 

General Examination Instructions 21 NCAC 14N .0103 Amend 

Live Model Requirements 21 NCAC 14N .0104 Amend 

Mannequin Requirements 21 NCAC 14N .0105 Amend 

Failure to Appear for Examination 21 NCAC I4N .0108 Amend 

Passing Grade for Examination 21 NCAC 14N .01 10 Amend 



2053 



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June 15, 1999 



13:24 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Review of Examination 

Re-Examination 

Examination Theory Section 

Examination Practical Section 

Examination Theory Section 

Examination Practical Section 

Uniforms 

Course of Study 

Equipment and Instruments 

Services Performed 

Identification Pins 

Live Model Performances 

Sanitation 

Schedule of Civil Penalties 

Qualifications for Licensing Teachers 

Temporary Employment Permit 

Licensing of Cosmetic Art Shops 

Renewals: Expired Licenses 

Licenses Required 

Licenses to be Posted 

Rev. of Licenses/Other Disciplinary Meas 

Inspections 

Licensing of Beauty Salons 

Establishment of Cosmetic Art Schools 

Sanitary Ratings 

Operations of Schools of Cosmetic Art 

Cosmetology Curriculum 

Sanitary Ratings 

Civil Penaltv Procedures 



21 NCAC 14N.0II2 


Amend 


21 NCAC 14N.OII3 


Amend 


21 NCAC 14N .0601 


Amend 


21 NCAC I4N.0602 


Amend 


21 NCAC 14N.070I 


Amend 


21 NCAC 14N.0702 


Amend 


21 NCAC 14O.010I 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0102 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0103 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0104 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0103 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0106 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 140.0107 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.010I 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0102 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0I03 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0104 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0105 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0106 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0I07 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.0I08 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0I09 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0I10 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 14P.0I11 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.0I12 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.01I3 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.0I14 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.0115 


Adopt 


21 NCAC I4P.0II6 


Adopt 



STATE BOARDS/DENTAL EXAMINERS, BOARD OF 

Dentists 



21 NCAC 16M.0101 



Amend 



STATE BOARDS/EXAMINERS OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Specially-Arranged Examinations 21 NCAC 18B .0208 Amend 

Annual License Fees 21 NCAC 188 .0404 Amend 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 

May 20. 1999 
MINUTES 

The Rules Review Commission met on May 20. 1999. in the Assembly Room of the Methodist Building. 1307 Glenwood Avenue. 
Raleigh. North Carolina. Commissioners in attendance were Vice Chairman Teresa Smallwood. Steven P. Rader. Jim Funderburk. 
Laura Devan. David R. Twiddy, Mark P. Garside, and George S. Robinson. 

Staff members present were: Joseph J. DeLuca. Staff Director; Bobby Bryan, Rules Review Specialist; and Sandy Webster. 

The following people attended: 



Thomas R. West 
Denise Stanford 
Frank Crawley 
Dcdra Alston 
Jessica Gill 
Barb Rote 



Poyner & Spruill 

N C Board of Pharmacy 

Attorney General 

DENR 

DENR/Coastal Resources Ctimmission 

DENRAVildlife Resources Commission 



13:24 



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2054 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



APPROVAL OF MINUTES 

The meeting was called to order at 10:03 a.m. with Vice Chairman Smallwood presiding. She asked for any discussion, comments, 
or corrections concerning the minutes of the April 15, 1999 meeting. There being none, the minutes were approved. 

FOLLOW-UP MATTERS 

15A NCAC lOB .0105 and .0212: DENRAVildlife Resources Commission - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency were 
approved by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 46 .1804: NC Board of Pharmacy - The rewritten rule submitted by the agency was approved by the Commission 
contingent upon receiving a technical change before the rule is forwarded to the Office of Administrative Hearings. The rule was 
subsequently received. Commissioners Smallwood, Devan, and Robinson voted not to approve the rule. 

21 NCAC 46: NC Board of Pharmacy - No action was necessary on the request for a declaratory ruling. 

LOG OF FILINGS 

Vice Chairman Smallwood presided over the re vie w of the log and al 1 rules were unanimously approved with the following exception : 

1 5 A NCAC 7H .2404: DENR/Coastal Resources Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In paragraph 
(c), it is not clear what constitutes "significant interference with navigationoruseof waters by the public." In (d), it is not clear what 
constitutes or is meant by "adversely affect areas which possess historic, cultural, scenic, conservation, or recreational values." In 
(e), it is not clear what is meant by the terms "significantly affect," "quality of the human environment" and "unnecessarily endanger." 
In November and December of 1997, the Rules Review Commission objected to identical language in nine other rules which were 
ultimately rewritten. 

COMMISSION PROCEDURES AND OTHER MATTERS 

Mr. DeLuca stated that there is approximately $4,000 remaining in the budget for 1998-99 that can possibly be used for computer 
upgrades. Ms. Cox is at a health benefits conference today and Friday. 

The next meeting will be on June 17, 1999. 

The meeting adjourned at 10:53 a.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sandy Webster 



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2055 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



1 his Section contains the full text of some of the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an index 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina 's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of the 
decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office of 
Administrative Hearings. (919) 733-2698. Also, the Contested Case Decisions are available on the Internet at the following 
address: http://www. state. nc. us/OAH/hearings/decision/caseindex. htm. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 

JULIAN MANN. Ill 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRA TIVE LA W JUDGES 



Sammie Chess Jr. 
Beecher R. Gray 
Melissa Owens 
Meg Scott Phipps 



Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 
Dolores O. Smith 
Beryl E. Wade 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NMVIBER 



City of Charlotte 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm 
Alcohoht Beverage Control Comm 
Alcohohc Beverage Control Comm 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm 
Alcohohc Beveraoe Control Coinm 



V Simple Elegance Restaurants. Inc 
v, Daniel Hinton Green 

V Zaheer Ahmad Bajvva 

V, Partnership T/A Club Old Times 
V. Kendall L. Brumbv 

V Jerald Taft Howell. Jr. 



ALJ 



ADMINISTRATION 

Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation V NC Comm of Indian Affairs 96 DOA 00(16 Smith 

Carlton L Coleman \ . Admimstration. Division of Purchase and Contract 98 DOA 1016 Phipps 
Unique Pnnting. Inc v NC A&T; Bobhy E Aldnch, Dir of Purchasing. 98 DOA 174.1 Owens 

NC A&T: and Evelyn H. Gales. Asst, Dir of Purchasing. NC A&T 



ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, OFFICE OF 

Steven Todd McKinnon v Office of Administrative Hearings 
Henry E, Traywick V. Office oi Administrative Hearings 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION 

Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Kenneth Jerome 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Jesse Jacob Joyner. Jr. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Trade Oil Company. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Las Palmas of Newton. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Pantana Bobs. Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Partnership T/A C & J's Shipv^reck 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm, v Abdelhakeem Murawch Saleh 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v, Harold Webster Hadnott 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Axis Entertainment 
Sokha Huor Ramadneh v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Delores Williams Alnaqib 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Axis Entertainment 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. James Aubrey Stephenson 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Bndgetle Dee Williams 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Robert Lee. Inc 
Alcohohc Beverage Control Comm. v. Partnership, T/A Variety Pic Up #2 1 
Tarus Jackson v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Linda Melton Hams v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
and 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



12/07/98 
12/16/98 
02/15/99 



PIBLISHED DECISION 
RE(;iSTER CITATION 



l.VL^NCR 107.S 



99 OAH 0082 


Phipps 


01/09/99 




99 OAH 0464 


Owens 


04/22/99 




97 ABC nO.-i 


Phipps 


07/23/98 




97 ABC 14.18 


Phipps 


06/19/98 




98 ABC 00.1.1 


Reillv 


08/21/98 




98 ABC 0189 


Grav 


03/12/99 




98 ABC 0291 


Reilllv 


09/17/98 


13:11 NCR 933 


98 ABC 0296 


Momson 


08/19/98 




98 ABC 0.108 


Grav 


02/16/99 




98 ABC 0.124 


Smith 


12/02/98 




98 ABC 0.1.57' • 


Reilly 


07/02/98 




98 ABC 0.182 


Smitli 


06/30/98 


13:03 NCR 3.50 


98 ABC 0192 


Chess 


07/30/98 




98 ABC 0401*' 


ReiUy 


07/02/98 




98 ABC 0494 


Chess 


09/01/98 




98 ABC 0501 


Reillv 


08/11/98 




98 ABC 0518 


Grav 


08/11/98 




98 ABC 0714 


Momson 


10/09/98 




98 ABC 0768 


Smith 


07/13/98 




98 ABC 0820 


Owens 


02/26/99 




98 ABC 0S50 


Phipps 


10/26/98 




98 ABC 0889 


Momson 


1 1/06/98 




98 ABC 0960 


Owens 


10/30/98 




98 ABC 1071 


Owens 


01/29/99 




98 ABC 1158 


Chess 


03/05/99 




98 ABC 1171 


Smith 


12/03/98 





13:24 



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June 15, 1999 



2056 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Alcoholic Beverage Control Comin, v, Kendall L, Brumby 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Ronald Hardman 
Alton Ollivierra Perry v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Nedall Hassan Ahmad Hassan v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Khaled Mohamad Alzer 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Abdelhakeem M. Saleh 
William Randall Banks v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Bev. Control Comm. v. Partnership T/A Alston's Conv. Store 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Fast Fare, Inc. 
Geo. D. Bishop T/A The Next Level v. Alcoholic Bev. Control Comm. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Frank Talley 
Yahya Ahamed Ahullah Mosed v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Cynthia Van Dassan 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v Reyad Alallah Salahaldeen T/A 

Bravo Mini Mart 
Phillip Allen Powell. Monika K. Powell, Jana Vlasla Kozlik v. Doyle 

D. Alley. ABC Commission, Shon Talley, ALE Agent 



CASE 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


AL,T 


DECISION 


98 ABC 1 204 


Chess 


0.3/0.3/99 


98 ABC 1249 


Gray 


03/29/99 


98 ABC 1298 


Owens 


1 1/23/98 


98 ABC 1.^20 


Gray 


03/18/99 


98 ABC 1.^21 


Gray 


02/05/99 


98 ABC 1.^41 


Morrison 


02/12/99 


98 ABC l.l.S.'i 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 ABC 1374 


Chess 


02/16/99 


98 ABC 1.198 


Gray 


02/02/99 


98 ABC Ml.-i 


Chess 


03/24/99 


98 ABC 1452 


Phipps 


02/08/99 


98 ABC 1470 


Chess 


03/05/99 


98 ABC 1478 


Reilly 


03/15/99 


98 ABC 1624 


Gray 


03/30/99 


99 ABC 00.16 


Smith 


02/23/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



BOARD OF CONTRACTORS 

Hentage Pointe Builders. Inc. & Patnck Hannon v. Bd. of Contractors 

CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

Loretta Battle v Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Cynthia Austin v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Marcella Skaggs v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Talmadge E. McHenry v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Linda Caldwell Wiggins v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Kenneth T. Lytle v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Shirley Henryhand v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Brenda Jean Thomas v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Tareyton L. Johnson v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Mia Thompson-Clark v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Godfrey Akenahor v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Terry Ramey d/b/a Ramey's Wrecker Svc v. NC State Highway Patrol 
Valine H. Thompson v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Rufus K. Williams v. Department of Cnme Control & Public Safety 
Aaron Anouna Pinkney v Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Faye E. Powell v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Hubert Lee Gram v Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Mary Elizabeth Troutman v. Cnme Victims Compensation Comm. 
Brenda H. Alston v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Shirley P. Chen v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Lonne Smith v. Crime Victims Compensauon Commission 
Cathenne Walker v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Martha Bumpass v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Kenneth B. Hall, Sr. v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Dunnie G. Smith v. Cnme Vicnms Compensation Commission 
Felicia House v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Antonia F. Jones v. Office of Administrative Heanngs 
Leon A. Vereen v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Tracy Champ v. Crime Victims Compensanon Commission 
John D. Cutshaw v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Roswell Foreman. F. Mac Hodges v. Cnme Victims Compensation Comm. 
Peggy Witkowski v. Cnme Vicnms Compensation Commission 

ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR 

Thomas A Truelove, Jr.. PE v. Bd./E.xaininers/Engmeers and Suneyors 
Kenneth D. Suttles v Bd. /Registration/Engineers and Land Surveyors 

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Albert C. Wnght, Jr. v. Environment. Health, & Natural Resources 
Albert C. Wright. Jr. v. Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 
Ladane Williamson and Odell Decarol Williamson v. DENR 
Teresa Hetlin v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Ronald Prater v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Alltel Carolina, Inc. v. Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources 
James F. Smith v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
William Hickman v Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Hickory Alliance v Department of Environment and Natural Resources 



97 LBC 0243 


Phipps 


08/17/98 






97 CPS 06.54 


Gray 


08/10/98 






97CPS 1499 


Reilly 


08/12/98 


13:05 NCR 


533 


98 CPS 0065 


Owens 


06/05/98 






98 CPS 01 16 


Gray 


06/24/98 






98 CPS 0153 


Chess 


08/27/98 






98 CPS 0176 


Reilly 


07/06/98 






98 CPS 0263 


Momson 


08/11/98 






98 CPS 0314 


Momson 


08/11/98 






98 CPS 0327 


Reilly 


09/02/98 






98 CPS 0349 


Chess 


0.5/14/98 






98 CPS <J427 


Owens 


10/30/98 


13:12 NCR 


1015 


98 CPS 0460 


Smith 


02/22/99 






98 CPS 0674 


Momson 


11/18/98 






98 CPS 0676 


Momson 


10/23/98 






98 CPS 0699 


Chess 


03/10/99 






98 CPS 0808 


Owens 


08/28/98 






98 CPS 0839 


Momson 


10/21/98 


13- ID NCR 


8.53 


98 CPS 0901 


Smith 


11/12/98 






98 CPS 0952 


Phipps 


11/10/98 






98 CPS 1015 


Phipps 


09/17/98 






98 CPS 1050 


Gray 


02/15/99 






98 CPS 1129 


Gray 


02/15/99 






98 CPS 1L54 


Gray 


02/15/99 






98 CPS 1170 


Mann 


12/21/98 






98 CPS 1201 


Reilly 


01/04/99 






98 CPS 1273 


Smith 


01/25/99 






98 CPS 1403 


Gray 


01/29/99 






98 CPS 1525 


Chess 


03/03/99 






98 CPS 1582 


Reilly 


0.5/14/99 






98 CPS 1646 


Mann 


0.V25/99 






98 CPS 1695 


Momson 


04/08/99 






99 CPS 0172 


Chess 


05/03/99 






98 ELS 0047 


Mann 


11/12/98 


13:12NCR 


1035 


98 ELS 0099 


Mann 


02/09/99 


13:18 NCR 


1578 


96EHR0610*'' 


Gray 


01/29/99 






96 EH R 06.30*'' 


Gray 


01/29/99 






96EHR 1926 


Gray 


09/01/98 


13:07 NCR 


609 


97 EH R 0409 


Morrison 


07/29/98 






97EHR(.M51 


Reilly 


07/02/98 






97 EHR 0729 


Gray 


01/28/99 






97EHR 1.365 


Chess 


07/17/98 






97 EHR 1388 


Gray 


1 1/06/98 


13:11 NCR 


928 


97 EHR 1607 


Reillv 


07/17/98 







2057 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



AGENCY 

and 

Godfrey Lumber Company. Inc. 
John M. Silvia v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Godfrey Lumber Company. Inc. v. Dept./Enviromnent & Natural Resources 
and 

Hickory Alliance 
Gregory B, Jackson, Brenda R. Jackson v, Greene Cty, HItli. Dept,. ENR 
Robert G. Goff. Sr, v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Scotland Water, Cedar Circle v. Environment and Natural Resources 
Womble & Company v, Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources 
Enc Glenn Hamson v. Environment and Natural Resources 
Robert G Goff, Sr. v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Mid South Water Systems. Inc. v. Environment and Natural Resources 
Wilbur E- Earp v Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Debra Clements v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Norell Bahrs v. Carteret Cty Health Dept,. DENR 
Charles Davis v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
J,C. Faw V. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Unicon Concrete. Inc. v, Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources 
Hugh & Bonnie Mills v, Dept of Environment and Natural Resources 
Janice Spruill v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
JM's Professional ConsU^ction Svcs.. Ltd. v, DENR 
Ronald E. Bennett v. Environment and Natural Resources 
Don W. Hunt v. Halifax County Health Department 
Clanssa Eubanks v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Clarissa Eubanks v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Clanssa Eubanks v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Clanssa Eubanks v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Clanssa Eubanks v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Wayne D. Magee v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Karen J. Dixon. Myra Jones. Alphonzo Dixon v. Nash Cty. Health Dept, 
A&S Construcuon. Inc. v. Dept, of Environment and Natural Resources 
Amos Vaughan v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Vivian Alderman. Caboose Restaurant v. Environment & Nat, Resources 
H&S Manna T/A TuUs Bay Manna v. Dept. Env. & Natural Resources 
Carolyn Fulcher Lockie v Department of Health Dare County 
Jim Gooch v. Environmental Health Sec. Alamance County Health Dept. 

Division of Air Quality 

Sebnng Dev.. Patnck Queen/John Amirante v, DENR, Air Quality 
John Beard v DENR, Division of Air Quality 
Jerry Bryant v, DENR, Division of Air Quality 

Division of Coastal Management 

Preston Warren v. Division of Coastal Management. Wilmington, NC 
Manon T. Noe v. DENR, Division of Coastal Management 

Division of Environmental Health 

Gerald P Sigal v. DENR, Division of Environmental Health 
Ronnie Lee Hamill v, Pitt Cty, Health Dept,, Environmental Health Div, 
Joe Scichilone v. Crave Natural Resources, Div. of Environmental Health 
Ralph K. Crotts v Burke County Env. Health Dept.. Septic Tank Di\ 
Carl D, Wicker v, Alamance Cty. Health Dept,, Env, Health Division 

Division of Environmental Management 

Save Our Rivers, Inc. et al v. Town of Highlands, EHNR, Env, Mgmt , 

William W, Cobey, Jr,, Secretary 
US Dept of the Intenor NatT. Park Svce, v. Environmental Mgmt, Comm, 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

Lady LaShanda Melvin Bryant v, EHNR, Division of Manne Fishenes 
Gerald Moore, et al, v, DENR. Division of Manne Fishenes 
Kennv Lee Tillett v. DENR. Dmsion of Manne Fishenes 



Division of Solid Waste Management 

Steve Aldndge. et. al v, DENR. Division of Solid Waste Management 98 EHR (166.'i Chess 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



97 EHR 1646 


Chess 


06/03/98 




97 EHR 1676 


Reilly 


07/17/98 




98 EHR 0042 


Reilly 


07/02/98 




98 EHR 0072*- 


Gray 


06/25/98 




98 EHR 02-% 


Strath 


06/09/98 




98 EHR 0,14,'i 


Chess 


1 1/05/98 




98 EHR 0,^7.^ 


Reilly 


08/28/98 




98 EHR 0448*- 


Gray 


06/25/98 




98 EHR 0.^48 


Gray 


12/02/98 




98 EHR 0606 


Smith 


10/21/98 




98 EHR 0609 


Owens 


03/18/99 




98 EHR 0884 


Owens 


1 1/02/98 




98 EHR 0890 


Owens 


1 1/09/98 




98 EHR 09,'i7 


Gray 


12/11/98 




98 EHR 0990 


Mann 


01/14/99 




98 EHR 1090 


Phipps 


12/08/98 




98 EHR 1215 


Reilly 


01/27/99 




98 EHR 1217 


Owens 


12/21/98 




98 EHR 1237 


Owens 


12/29/98 




98 EHR 1285 


Gray 


12/17/98 




98 EHR 1375*" 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 EHR 1376*-' 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 EHR 1377*-' 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 EHR 1378*-' 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 EHR 1379*-' 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 EHR 1471 


Phipps 


02/02/99 




98 EHR 1475 


Reilly 


02/10/99 




98 EHR 1476 


Gray 


03/25/99 




98 EHR 1538 


Reilly 


01/15/99 




98 EHR 1690 


Reilly 


03/08/99 




98 EHR 1719 


Chess 


04/28/99 




99 EHR 0229 


Owens 


05/20/99 




99 EHR 0279 


Owens 


04/23/99 




98 EHR 0926 


Phipps 


12/11/98 




98 EHR 1314 


Gray 


01/29/99 




98 EHR 1416 


Wade 


03/01/99 




98 EHR 0177 


Phipps 


10/05/98 




98 EHR 0976 


Smith 


12/02/98 




98 EHR 0051 


Smith 


10/02/98 




98 EHR 1200 


Smith 


12/29/98 




98 EHR 1286 


Chess 


01/07/99 




98 EHR 1334 


Owens 


01/14/99 




98 EHR 1718 


Wade 


02/03/99 




91 EHR 0377 


Gray 


07/30/98 




98 EHR 0410 


Smith 


08/20/98 


3:06 NCR 578 


97 EHR 14,59 


Gray 


07/20/98 




98 EHR 0322 


Owens 


10/08/98 


3:09 NCR 797 


99 EHR 0336 


Owens 


04/22/99 




98 EHR 0665 


Chess 


09/09/98 


3:07 NCR 617 



Division of Water Quality 

Raymond L, Manin v DENR. Division of Water Quality 



98 EHR 0590 Gray 



09/21/98 



13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2058 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Riverhills, Inc- and WE, Dansey, Jr v, DENR, Division of Water Quality 
Worsley Oil Companies, Inc. v. DENR. DWQ. Groundwater Section 
Upchurch. Inc. v. DENR, Division of Water Quality 
and 
The Sierra Club and Dogwood Alliance 
NC Forestry Associanon v. DENR, Division of Water Quality 
and 
The Sierra Club and Dogwood Alliance 
Sliver Bullet. Inc. v DENR, Division of Water Quality 

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 

Stanley C, Ochulo v. Off./Administrative Heanngs, Mr R Marcus Lodge 

Oliver C. Johnson. Hazel T. Johnson v. Health and Human Services 

Louise Streater v. Health and Human Services 

Richard E. Lawrence, Rebecca A, Lawrence v. Health and Human Services 

John David Bnnson v. Department of Human Resources 

Wilbur L Walker v. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 

Stephanie Wade v. Department of Health and Human Services 

Carolyn L. Freeman v. Department of Human Resources 

Otis L. Mack, Jr v. Office of Administrative Heanngs 

Chnstopher Germano. Lee Germano v. Department of Health 

Carol and Conrad Kunkel v. Department of Human Services 

Donald Wayne Perry v. Office of Emergency Medical Services 

E. Jean Woods v, EDS - Medicaid 

Soma Schaefer Jolly v. Village Care King. Autumn Care, DHHS 

Sandra Nelson Molina v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Bemadette Anderson v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Cheryl Lynn Staton v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Mary Bamer v. Administrative Heanng 

Jeffrey M. Holland and Capitol Hill Creative Consulting v Dept. of 

the Secretary of State 
James Michael Wallace v. Department of Human Resources 
Barbara Jump v. Department of Human Services 
Keith Warren Kendall v. Nurse Aide Registry and DHHS 
Wilson Memonal Hospital v. Department of Health i: Human Services 
Kent L McMillian \ Department of Human Resources 
Deborah Pelly v. Department of Health Sl Human Services 
Brandy Shea Minton v, Markus Lodge, General Counsel 
Reeva Oliver v. Board of Nursing, Nursing .Asst. Registry 
Jackie E. Ralliff v Department of Health & Human Services 
Deborah Ann Williams v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Blue Line Promotions, Inc. v. Dept. of the Secretary of State 
Police Protective Fund v. Dept, of the Secretary of State 
Community Funding Company v. Dept of the Secretary of State 
Ilyas Mahmood v Depanmem of Health & Human Services 
Gladys Cherry/CF #2/CGH v Division of Facility Services 
Bertha Blocker McDonald v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Division of Child Development 

Dulatovvn Presbytenan Children's Ctr. v. DHHS, Child Development 
Cookie's Day Care Home, Wonza W. Garolds v. DHHS, Child Dev 
Cassandra Myers v. Division of Child Development 
Theresa McCormick v DHHS, Division of Child Development 
Dulatovvn Presbyterian Children Ctr v DHR, Child Development 
Dora's Child Development Center v, Mecklenburg Cty DSS, and DHR 
Victory Day Care & Learning Ctt., Joe Walters v. DHHS, Child Dev. 
Four-County Community Services, Inc v. Human Resources, Child Dev. 
Kandy Kane Day School, Inc. v. DHHS, Div. of Child Development 
Phoo Bear's DayCare. Sebnna Davis v. Div of Child Development 
T/A Appletree Day Care. Inc.. Carolyn J. Doggers v. DHHS. 

Division of Child Development 
Glona Massey v. Division of Child Development 

Minam E. Cowan (Lawne) v. Health & Human Svcs.. Child Development 
Purcell W Hobbs v. Youth and Family Svcs.. Dept. of Social Services 

Division of Facility Services 

Pearlie W. Lawson v. DHHS. Facility Svcs.. Health Care Personnel Reg 
Annie K. Morgan v. Health & Human Services,. Facility Services 
Mooresville Hospital Mgmt Associates, inc. d/b/a Lake Norman Regional 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AL.| 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


98 EHR 070.^ 


Gray 


03/22/99 


13:20 NCR 17.56 


98 EHR 07.1.S 


Chess 


08/24/98 




98 EHR 0776*-' 


Reilly 


03/19/99 


13:20 NCR 1762 


98 EHR 0777*-' 


ReiUy 


03/19/99 


13:20 NCR 1762 


98 EHR 0931 


Chess 


08/20/98 




98 DHR 0021 


Reilly 


06/24/98 




98 DHR 0090 


Gray 


07/08/98 




98 DHR 0196 


Gray 


06/03/98 




98 DHR 0209 


Phipps 


07/15/98 




98 DHR 0369 


Owens 


08/17/98 




98 DHR 0471 


Owens 


04/15/99 




98 DHR 0666 


Reilly 


08/19/98 




98 DHR 0721 


Gray 


08/05/98 




98 DHR 0729 


Phipps 


09/09/98 




98 DHR 0780 


Owens 


07/28/98 




98 DHR 1047 


Smith 


02/25/99 




98 DHR 1097 


Smith 


01/13/99 




98 DHR 1118 


Gray 


10/26/98 




98 DHR 11.34 


Chess 


01/07/99 




98 DHR 1243 


Chess 


01/21/99 




98 DHR 12.S7 


Momson 


12/11/98 




98 DHR 12.S9 


Smith 


1 1/30/98 




98 DHR 1287 


Chess 


11/19/98 




98 DHR 1288 


Chess 


04/06/99 




98 DHR 1340 


Gray 


12/21/98 




98 DHR 1350 


Reilly 


01/20/99 




98 DHR 1368 


Reilly 


01/29/99 




98 DHR 1423 


Reilly 


03/08/99 




98 DHR 1426 


Mann 


04/14/99 




98 DHR 156,5 


Reilly 


04/14/99 


1.V22NCP i893 


98 DHR 1595 


Smith 


01/06/99 




98 DHR 1604 


Reilly 


02/09/99 




98 DHR 1689 


Reilly 


02/01/99 




98 DHR 1742 


Gray 


04/27/99 




98 DHR 1795 


Chess 


03/11/99 




99 DHR 0001 


Chess 


03/11/99 




99 DHR 0002 


Chess 


03/11/99 




99 DHR 0108 


Chess 


03/03/99 




99 DHR 0255 


Owens 


05/03/99 




99 DHR 0323 


Owens 


05/03/99 




98 DHR 0654 


Gray 


08/06/98 




98 DHR 0946 


Gray 


01/13/99 




98 DHR 0948 


Owens 


09/03/98 




98 DHR 0989 


Smith 


12/29/98 




98 DHR 1112 


Momson 


10/16/98 




98 DHR 1184 


Phipps 


09/25/98 




98 DHR 1533 


Smith 


01/25/99 




98 DHR 1534 


Smith 


01/25/99 




98 DHR 1668 


Reilly 


02/24/99 




99 DHR 0008 


Chess 


04/13/99 




99 DHR 0058 


Momson 


04/12/99 




99 DHR 0104 


Wade 


05/13/99 




99 DHR 0182 


Owens 


03/16/99 




99 DHR 03 .\^ 


Owens 


04/29/99 




97 DHR 10.34 


Beclon 


07/30/98 




97 DHR 1046*" 


Phipps 


07/23/98 




97 DHR 1209 


Reillv 


06/23/98 





« 



I 



2059 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NLTVIBER 



Medical Center v. DHR. Facility Sei^'ices. Ceitificate of Need Section 
and 

Autumn CoiT^oration and McKinley V Jumey 
Warren Moore & Catherine Moore v DHR, Div of Facility Services 97 DHR 1279 

Constellation Health Services. Inc. and Constellation Senior Services. 97 DHR l.'i29 

Inc V DHR. Facility Services, Group Care Licensure Section 
and 

Diversified Health Group. L.L.C. and The Innovative Health Group. Inc. 
Dialysis Care of NC. LLC. d/h/a Dialysis Care of Rowan County 97 DHR I.SSH 

v. DHR. Division of Facility Services, Certificate of Need Section 

v. Biomedical Applications of NC, Inc. d/b/a BMA of Kannapolis d/b/a 

Metrolina Kidney Center of Kannapolis (Lessee) and Metrohna Nephrology 

Associates, P. A. (Lessor) 
Robin Annette Reavis v Health and Human Svcs., Div. of Facility Svcs. 
.lennifer Blofcid v, DHHS. Facility Svcs , Health Care Personnel Registry 
Sunlite Retirement Home. Winnie Jane .lohnson v, DHR. Facility Services 
Helen Shokoti v. Health and Human Services, Div, of Facility Services 
Ann Davis Rest Home v Group Care Licensure Section 
Diane Lingard v, DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Personnel Reg 
Kimberly Annette Smith Hull v, DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Living Centers-Southeast. Inc . Lutheran Retirement Cenier-Wilimington. 

Inc.. and New Hanover Health Care Center, LLC, v DHHS. Div. of 

Facility Serv ices. Certificate of Need Section, 
and 
Devin Partnership and Devin Health Care Associates, LLC, Columbia 

Cape Fear Healthcare System. Limited Partnership, Living Centers 

Southeast, Inc., Lutheran Retirement Center-Wilmington Inc., and 

New Hanover Health Care Center LLC. 
Living Centers-Southeast, Inc., Lutheran Renrement Center-Wilimington, 98 DHR 024.'S* 

Inc., and New Hanover Health Care Center, LLC, v. DHHS, Div, of 

Facility Services. Certificate of Need Section, 
and 
Devin Parinership and Devin Health Care Associates, LLC. Columbia 

Cape Fear Healthcare System. Limited Partnership. Living Centers 

Southeast. Inc . Lutheran Retirement Center-Wilmington Inc. and 

New Hanover Health Care Center LLC. 
Living Centers-Southeast. Inc . Lutheran Retirement Center-Wilimington 

Inc.. and New Hanover Health Care Center. L.L.C, v. DHHS, Div, of 

Facility Services, Certificate of Need Section, 
and 
Devin Partnership and Devin Health Care Associates, LLC. Columbia 

Cape Fear Healthcare System. Limited Partnership. Living Centers 

Southeast. Inc., Lutheran Retirement Center-Wilmington Inc., and 

New Hanover Health Care Center LLC. 
Rose Mane Spencer v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Deborah Ann Holt v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Columbia Direct Mktg. Corp v. DHHS. Facility Svcs.. Solm, Lie, Br, 
Tern Michelle Tyler v. Health & Human Svcs. Div. of Facility Services 
Dons Jones Holmes v. DHHS, Facility Svcs, Health Care Personnel Reg. 
Annie K Morgan v Health & Human Services.. Facility Services 
Shirley Bowling v, DHHS. Facility Services. Health Care Personnel Reg 
Johnnie E, Williams v DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Bio-Medicat Applications of Lumberton. Inc. d/b/a BMA of Lumbenon. 

d/h/a Lumbenon Dialysis Unit (Lessee) and Webb-Lohavichan Rentals 

(Lessor) v, DHHS. Division of Facility Services. Cemficate of Need Section 
and 

Hillchild. LLC and Dialysis Care of NC, LLC d/b/a DCNC, LLC 
Bio-Medical Applications of NC, Inc d/b/a Johnston Dialysis Ctr, v, 98 DHR 0701 » 

DHHS, Division of Facility Serv ices. Certificate of Need Section 
and 

Hillchild, LLC and Dialysis Care of NC, LLC d/b/a DCNC, LLC 
Chnsty Jeton Hall v, DHHS, Division of Facility Services 98 

Hillchild, LLC and Dialysis Care of NC, LLC d/b/a DCNC, LLC v, 98 

DHHS, Division of Facility Services, Certificate of Need Section 
and 

Bio-Medical Applications of Lumbenon, Inc d/b/a BM,-\ ^^i Lumbenon. 

d/b/a Lumbenon Dialysis Unit (Lessee) and Webb-Lohavichan Rentals (Lessor 
Hillchild. LLC and Dialysis Care of NC, LLC d/b/a DCNC, LLC v 98 

DHHS, Division of Facility Services, Cemficate of Need Section 



ALJ 



Mann 
Gray 



Phipps 



Phipps 



98 DHR 0247'" Phipps 



DHR 0706 
DHR 0718* 



) 

DHR 0719* 



Reillv 



Gray 
Chess 



Reilly 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



09/08/98 
06/24/98 



08/31/98 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



97 DHR 1672 


Reillv 


08/12/98 




98 DHR 0096 


Gray 


08/21/98 




98 DHR 0124 


Phipps 


06/11/98 




98 DHR 017,^ 


Chess 


08/26/98 




98 DHR 0197 


Phipps 


06/23/98 




98 DHR 0214 


Becton 


06/22/98 




98 DHR 02.W 


Phipps 


06/23/98 




98 DHR 0244*' 


Phipps 


11/24/98 


13:12 NCR 1018 



I 1/24/98 



1 1/24/98 



98 DHR 0279 


Chess 


01/07/99 


98 DHR 0348 


Phipps 


06/22/98 


98 DHR 0394 


Momson 


12/31/98 


98 DHR 04.'i8 


Gray 


08/21/98 


98 DHR 0463 


Gray 


08/21/98 


98DHR0496*'' 


Phipps 


07/23/98 


98DHR().M7 


Gray 


1 1/09/98 


98 DHR 0639 


Reilly 


07/02/98 


98 DHR 0700*' 


Chess 


02/04/99 



02/01/99 



10/12/98 
02/04/99 



02/01/99 



13:12 NCR 1018 



13:12 NCR 1018 



13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2060 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



and 



CASE 
NUMBER 



AL.I 



Bio-Medical Applications of NC, Inc d/b/a Johnston Dialysis Clr. 
Judith May Gale v, DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Evangeline McBnde v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 
Latonia Denise Thomas v, DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Tracey Deirde Galloway v DHHS, Facility Svcs., Health Care Per Reg. 
Afi Teawanda Byrd v, DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Happy Dan's Home. Gladys Cooke v. Facility Svcs.. Group Care Lie. Sect. 
Wanda Best v. Division of Facility Services. DHHS 
Tracey Yelverton v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Rose Mane Hadley v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Robena Juanita Jones v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Mona Lisa Lucas v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Edna Weaver Sawyer v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Linda Estes Richardson v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Shirley L. Smith, a/k/a Shirley Lee Turner v. DHHS, Facility Services 
Jeanette Crandal Williams v. Health & Human Services, Facility Services 
Felicia Ozoms v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Carolyn Grant v. Health & Human Services, Facility Services 
Bndgette Taylor v. Nurse Aide 1 Program, DFS 
Jamie Jamigan Oaks v. DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Barbara Davis \' DHHS, Division of Facility Services 
Wendy Braxton v. Health & Human Services, Facility Services 
Jamila Adukeijie Alghali v. Health & Human Services, Facility Services 
Dorothy Rea Fisher v. Health & Human Services, Facility Services 
Apnl F. Matthews v Health & Human Services. Facility Seuices 
Virgie Harshaw Stinson v. Health Care Personnel Registry 
Valene Ann Hernandez v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 
Wanda Ann Cnbb v. DHHS, Division of Facility Senices 
Bertha Stinson Hall v. DHHS. Division of Facility Services 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authonty. d/b/a Carolinas Medical Ctr, 
and Harry Mahannah, M.D \ DHHS. Division of Medical Assistance 
Isaiah Smith. Jr . by/through his Guardian. Lawrence E. Thompson. Ill 

v. DHHS. Division of Medical Assistance 
William M, Bell. Jr v. DHHS. Medical Assistance. Third Party Rec Sec 
Alic F. Schneider. Julia R. Hammonds v DHHS. Medical Assistance 
Apnl Dawn Bass v DHHS. Division of Medical Assistance 
Candyce Ewanda Newsome v. Tarheel Consultant: Cherry Hospital; 

Sunrise Health Care Center (Div of Medical Assistance) 

Division of Social Services 

William & Crystal Steakley v. DHHS, Division of Social Services 
Raji Abdus-Salaam v. Department of Human Resources. DSS-DCA 
Allen S. Rabb v. Robeson County D.S.S. 

Cliilti Sttppiirr Enforcement Section 
William Robert Cameron v. Department of Human Resources 
Robert H. Black v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 
Dorman E, Drake v. Department of Human Resources 
Garry R McNeill v Department of Human Resources 
Robert Alan Davis \ . Department of Human Resources 
Michael W White v Department of Human Resources 
Troy R Emmons. Jr v. Departmeni of Human Resources 
Marvin A. Pike v. Department of Human Resources 
Richard L. Garver. Jr. v. DHR, Di\ of SiKial Services 
Mary Putnam Avery v. DSS. Durham County Child Support Enforcement 
Anthony B. Gnffin v. Depanment of Human Resources 
Gdbert G. Gray v. Department of Human Resources 
Jimmy Dorsey v. Department of Human Resources 
Herbert Leon Sellers v. Depanment of Human Resources 
Gregory Boren v. Department of Human Resources 
David W. Davis v Department of Human Resources 
Dale W. Hutchinson v Department of Human Resources 
Kelvin Cherry v. Depanment of Human Resources 
Joe A. Lynch v Department of Human Resources 
Gary W Wampler v. Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth Bryan Haynes v. Departmeni of Human Resources 



98 DHR 0739 


Owens 


98 DHR 0767 


Chess 


98 DHR 0809 


Gray 


98 DHR 0824 


Gray 


98 DHR 08.18 


Reilly 


98 DHR 088.S 


Owens 


98 DHR 0936 


Chess 


98DHR095.S 


Owens 


98 DHR 0970 


Smith 


98 DHR 1089 


Gray 


98 DHR 1110 


Gray 


98 DHR 1111 


Gray 


98 DHR 1131 


Chess 


98 DHR 1132 


Chess 


98 DHR 1133 


Momson 


98 DHR 1173 


Gray 


98 DHR 1264 


Owens 


98 DHR 1283 


Mann 


98 DHR 1284 


Smith 


98 DHR 1317 


Gray 


98 DHR 1324 


Reilly 


98 DHR 1326 


Wade 


98 DHR 1,349 


Wade 


98 DHR 1691 


Owens 


98 DHR 1692 


Gray 


99 DHR 0088 


Phipps 


99 DHR 0109 


Momson 


99 DHR 0153 


Momson 


97 DHR 0621 


Smith 


98 DHR 0273 


Gray 


98 DHR 0979 


Mann 


98 DHR 0994 


Momson 


98 DHR 1687 


Mann 


99 DHR 0013 


Wade 


98 DHR 0076 


Gray 


98 DHR 0771 


Owens 


98 DHR 1720 


Gray 


96 CRA 1 52,5 


Gray 


96CRA L548 


Mann 


96 CRA 1717 


Smith 


96 CRA 1 743 


Reilly 


96 CRA 1781*" 


Phipps 


96 CRA 1784 


Gray 


96 CRA 1798 


Reilly 


96 CRA 1814 


Chess 


96 CRA 1823 


Momson 


96 CRA 1849 


Momson 


96 CRA 1855 


Gray 


96 CRA 1858 


Momson 


96 CRA 1862 


Smith 


96 CRA 1932 


Smith 


96 CRA 1945 


Gray 


96 CRA 1976 


Smith 


96 CRA 1981 


Mann 


97 CRA 0026 


Gray 


97 CRA 0045 


Phipps 


97 CRA 0187 


Smith 


97 CRA 0444 


Mann 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



12/16/98 
03/04/99 
10/23/98 
09/24/98 
12/29/98 
1 1/19/98 
01/11/99 
01/04/99 
10/08/98 
12/29/98 
01/04/99 
01/04/99 
01/07/99 
01/07/99 
02/18/99 
01/20/99 
02/15/99 
12/14/98 
01/12/99 
12/21/98 
05/06/99 
02/16/99 
03/02/99 
0.3/01/99 
02/10/99 
03/16/99 
03/26/99 
04/16/99 



07/08/98 

12/07/98 

01/1.3/99 
10/29/98 
01/14/99 

03/30/99 



07/20/98 
07/30/98 
05/20/99 



01/11/99 
10/09/98 
08/25/98 
10/22/98 
08/20/98 
09/25/98 
08/25/98 
09/24/98 
04/23/99 
09/01/98 
12/18/98 
10/08/98 
12/1.5/98 
1 1/06/98 
12/14/98 
1 1/06/98 
08/26/98 
12/14/98 
10/09/98 
12/L5/98 
02/19/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



13 16 NCR 1366 



2061 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 75. 7999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Kenneth Eugene Scott v. Department of Hutnan Resources 

Mark Ov\ens Fnnk v Department oi Human Resources 

Jeffer> Lee Graves v. Department of Human Resources 

Donald L. Cart. Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Marvin Diggs v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Palrtck Dyme v. Department of Health & Hutnan Services 

Paula C. Freeman v Department of Health & Human Ser\ices 

Sherman L. Arnold Sr, v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Clifton Pierce v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Dennis Lee McNeill v. Department of Human Resources 

Byron O. Ashby 11 v. Department of Human Resources 

Hubert L. Momson v. Department of Human Resources 

Wayne L. Weeks v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert Alan Davis v. Department of Human Resources 

Larry S Robinson v Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Darryl C- Thompson v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Darryl C. Thompson v , Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 

Michael J, Burgess v Department of Human Resources 

Michael Anthony Hill \ Department of Human Resources 

Joseph L. Hill v Department of Human Resources 

Michael A Wilder v Department of Human Resources 

Billy Anthony Jr, v. Department of Human Resources 

James B. Benson v , Department of Human Resources 

Lawrence Wilkes v , Department of Human Resources 

Alton D. Bagley v Department of Human Resources 

Bemel B. Berty Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Darryl Simpkins v Department of Health & Human Services 

Anthony Montgomery v. Department of Human Resources 

Temace Joan Ness v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Gerard McPhillips v Department of Human Resources 

Terry Letterman v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Pabers v. Department of Human Resources 

William E Mines v. Department of Human Resources 

Chnstopher Alan v Department of Human Resources 

Annette Chipman v. Department of Human Resources 

Paul J. Mohley. Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

AKin G. Piper v Department of Health & Human Services 

Robert A. Sherer v Department of Human Resources 

Rodney A. Momson v. Department of Human Resources 

Gregory Andre Brown v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Rodger Hazen II v Department of Human Resources 

Manon Amett v. Department of Human Resources 

Wade A, Burgess v. Department of Hutnan Resources 

Robert L, Robinson v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael William Fisher v. Department of Human Resources 

Jamie A. Hurtt v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Renardo Jenkins v. Department of Human Resources 

Anthony Love v. Department of Human Resources 

Enc Baldwin v. Department i>i Health & Human Services 

Eddie R. Steward v Department of Health & Human Services 

Steven Kent Gold v. Department of Human Resources 

Leroy J. Poole v. Department of Human Resources 

Hoyal A. McLean v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Michael Bernard Hill v , Department of Health & Human Services 

Terry M Cable v Department of Human Resources 

Charlie Rathff Jr, v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Donald W, Lee v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Bobby D, Cook v, DepartmenI of Health & Human Services 

John B, Hall v. Department oi Human Resources 

Demck A Bnnton v DepartmenI of Human Resources 

Tabatha D, Pate v Department of Human Resources 

Amanda F. Blount v. Department of Human Resources 

Gregory Carty (IV #1564206) v. Department of Human Resources 

Gregory Carty (IV #1564166) v. Department of Human Resources 

John L. Bullard v. Department of Human Resources 

Frank A. Cotton v. Department of Human Resources 

Charlie Gray Hum Jr, v. Department of Human Resources 

Keith D, & Lydia C, Wnght v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 

Wilhe R Cruse v DepartmenI of Health & Human Services 



CASE 




DATE OF 


Pl'BLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


1^7 CRA \2y2 


Chess 


1 1/06/98 




47CRA 1524 


Mann 


10/09/98 




98CRA0137 


Becton 


06/23/98 




98 CRA 0545 


Reilly 


06/08/98 




98 CRA 0588 


Reilly 


06/24/98 




98 CRA 0787 


Gray 


09/17/98 




98 CRA 1117 


Smith 


12/18/98 




98 CRA 1152 


Mann 


10/28/98 




98 CRA 1430 


Smith 


01/11/99 




96CSE 1305 


Gray 


06/22/98 




96CSE 1435 


Mann 


07/15/98 




96CSE 1649 


Reilly 


08/12/98 




96CSE 1777 


Gray 


04/30/99 




96CSE 1780*' 


Phipps 


08/20/98 




96CSE 1848 


Gray 


1 1/05/98 




96CSE 1854*" 


Chess 


09/01/98 




96CSE 1902*" 


Chess 


09/01/98 




96CSE 1989 


Mann 


12/10/98 




96CSE2028 


Mann 


08/26/98 




97 CSE 0624 


Chess 


1 1/06/98 




97CSE 1301 


Chess 


07/17/98 




97 CSE 1393 


Reilly 


06/24/98 




97 CSE 1399 


Gray 


12/14/98 




97 CSE 1419 


Gray 


11/17/98 




97 CSE 1424 


Chess 


06/02/98 




97 CSE 1435 


Smith 


06/12/98 




97 CSE 1436 


Chess 


08/11/98 




97 CSE 1442 


Phipps 


06/17/98 




97 CSE 1450 


Momson 


12/09/98 




97 CSE 1467 


Mann 


10/09/98 




97 CSE 1492 


Smith 


06/22/98 




97 CSE 1523 


Mann 


02/19/99 




97 CSE 1527 


Mann 


09/08/98 




97 CSE 1544 


Chess 


10/16/98 




97 CSE 1545 


Phipps 


07/23/98 




97 CSE 1568 


Phipps 


06/17/98 




97 CSE 1599 


Phipps 


1 1/10/98 




97 CSE 1605 


Mann 


07/15/98 




97 CSE 1611 


Gray 


10/23/98 




97 CSE 1656 


Gray 


08/27/98 




97 CSE 1666 


Chess 


07/17/98 




97 CSE 1685 


Mann 


12/10/98 




98 CSE 007 1 


Momson 


06/12/98 




98 CSE 0130 


Reilly 


07/15/98 




98 CSE 0198 


Mann 


02/19/99 




98 CSE 0307 


Momson 


07/06/98 




98CSEt)310 


Smith 


06/23/98 




98 CSE 0312 


Phipps 


06/23/98 




98 CSE 03 19 


Phipps 


12/15/98 




98 CSE 0320 


Momson 


02/02/99 




98 CSE 0333 


Momson 


07/01/98 




98 CSE 0375 


Reilly 


07/02/98 




98 CSE 0420 


Smith 


07/29/98 




98 CSE 0421 


Becton 


07/15/98 




98 CSE 0433 


Phipps 


12/09/98 




98 CSE 0449 


Mann 


07/15/98 




98 CSE 0469 


Gray 


1 1/09/98 




98 CSE 0483 


Reilly 


10/06/98 




98 CSE 0506 


Chess 


07/20/98 




98 CSE 0555 


Smith 


08/07/98 




98 CSE 0556 


Becton 


06/23/98 




98 CSE 0560 


Chess 


07/29/98 




98 CSE 0561*" 


Phipps 


09/23/98 




98 CSE 0562*" 


Phipps 


09/23/98 




98 CSE 0569 


Momson 


08/06/98 




98 CSE 0578 


Gray 


10/08/98 




98 CSE 0607 


Smith 


06/22/98 




98 CSE 0621 


Smith 


02/15/99 




98 CSE 0653 


Mann 


08/26/98 





13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2062 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Thomas H. Loize. Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Robert L. Wilhams v. Department of Human Resources 

Patnck Bass v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Tawanna Wheeler v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Timothy Kinney v. Depanmem of Health & Human Services 

Teresa L. Galloway v. Depanmem of Health & Human Services 

Michael A. Looper v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Kenneth E. Stnckland v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Hoyt H. Bunt Jr v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Vernon Reginald Pinkney v Department of Health & Human Services 

Elijah G, Deans v. Department of Health & Human Services 

James Howard Alexander v Department of Health & Human Services 

Lee J. Coggins v. Department of Human Resources 

Mark J. Houlbrook v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Henry A. Hamel. Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Amanda F. Haviland Blount v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Demlra Jeffnes v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Bryan L. Barksdale v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Cleatus Dean Cuthbertson v. Department of Human Resources 

Cleatus Dean Cuthbertson v. Department of Human Resources 

Karen Mitchell v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert S. Wjllett v. Department of Healtli & Human Services 

Judi Devlin v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Issac L. Huey v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Curtis T. Brown v Department of Health & Human Services 

Rafael L, Garcia \. Department of Human Resources 

David Chisolm \' Department of Human Resources 

Robert McKoy v Department of Health & Human Services 

Marc R McGahee v Department of Human Resources 

Solomon Freeman v- Department of Human Resources 

Bill G. Seamans v. Scotland Cty Child Sup Enf.-Scotland County DSS 

Nelson Lee Alien v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Jefferson v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Keith Jerome Greene Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Demck M. Mallety v. Department of Human Resources 

David W. Autry v. Department of Human Resources 

Cleveland Terry v. Department of Human Resources 

Tony Mitchell Guion v Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 

David Kenneth Kilgore Sr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Cunis M Threatt v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Tern L. Dedie v. Depanment of Human Resources 

Michael Lashawn McLaunn \ Depanment of Human Resources 

Stephen Alex v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Jeffrey Navares v, Depanment of Human Resources 

Rex Eugene Bamett v. Depanment of Human Resources 

Larry C. WiUiam v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Joseph R- Engelbrecht v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Antonio M, Townsend v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Sammy Ray Siruth v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 

Karlos M. Gregory v. Department of Human Resources 

Marvin C. Upchurch v. Depanment of Human Resources 

Vince E. Green v. Depanment of Human Resources 

Mark Steven Goodwin v, Depanment of Human Resources 

Enck A, L. White v. Department of Human Resources 

William R. Cameron v. Department of Human Resources 

Dennis M. McDonald v. Department of Human Resources 

James Otis Masters v. Department of Human Resources 

Paul R Simon v. Department of Human Resources 

Vandi Feika v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Barnard Jordan v Department of Human Resources 

Milton Jerome McNeil v. Department of Human Resources 

Grady Harold Reasor v. Department of Human Resources 

Alejo J. Heller v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth J. Cume v. Department of Human Resources 

Ronnie F. Davis v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 

Paul Monroe Covington v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 

Vernon Reginald Pinkney v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 

Eugene B. Patton 111 v. Depanment of Human Resources 

Thomas Graham. Jr. \ Depanment oi Health & Human Ser\ ices 



CASE 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


AL.I 


DECISION 


98 CSE 0658 


Phipps 


08/31/98 


98 CSE 0682 


Smith 


06/22/98 


98 CSE 0689 


Owens 


09/18/98 


98 CSE 0691 


Owens 


10/09/98 


98 CSE 0728 


Smith 


09/17/98 


98 CSE 0769 


Bee ton 


07/30/98 


98 CSE 0783 


Chess 


09/08/98 


98 CSE 0817 


Mann 


09/08/98 


98 CSE 08 18 


Morrison 


09/15/98 


98 CSE 08.^3 


Owens 


07/29/98 


98 CSE 0867 


Phipps 


07/20/98 


98 CSE 0869 


Reilly 


08/06/98 


98 CSE 0894 


Smith 


08/20/98 


98 CSE 0949 


Smith 


09/08/98 


98 CSE 0975 


Chess 


09/01/98 


98 CSE 0985 


Mann 


11/18/98 


98 CSE 1036 


Momson 


09/15/98 


98 CSE 1052 


Momson 


10/09/98 


98 CSE 1072*" 


Phipps 


01/21/99 


98 CSE 1073*'* 


Phipps 


01/21/99 


98 CSE 1095 


Reilly 


10/06/98 


98 CSE 1153 


Chess 


11/19/98 


98 CSE 1177 


Gray 


12/29/98 


98 CSE 1301 


Owens 


12/11/98 


98 CSE 1311 


Phipps 


01/22/99 


98 CSE 1353 


Reilly 


01/22/99 


98 CSE 1369 


Smith 


01/22/99 


98 CSE 1371 


Chess 


02/08/99 


98 CSE 1.^81 


Gray 


02/01/99 


98 CSE 1.389 


Momson 


02/01/99 


98 CSE 1391 


Phipps 


12/09/98 


98 CSE 1407 


Smith 


02/24/99 


98 CSE 1408 


Chess 


01/19/99 


98 CSE 1417 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1420 


Momson 


02/01/99 


98 CSE 1422 


Owens 


03/03/99 


98 CSE 1424 


Phipps 


01/14/99 


98 CSE 14.34 


Chess 


12/28/98 


98 CSE 1444 


Owens 


03/29/99 


98 CSE 1447 


Phipps 


12/18/98 


98 CSE 1458 


Smith 


01/19/99 


98 CSE 1459 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98 CSE 1460 


Chess 


04/07/99 


98 CSE 1461 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1467 


Mann 


04/28/99 


98 CSE 1469 


Momson 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1472 


Owens 


01/05/99 


98 CSE 1473 


Phipps 


01/14/99 


98 CSE 1474 


Reilly 


12/18/98 


98 CSE 1507 


Smith 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1508 


Mann 


01/26/99 


98 CSE 1 509 


Chess 


02/01/99 


98 CSE 1510 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1511 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98 CSE 1512 


Gray 


01/25/99 


98 CSE 1 5 1 3 


Momson 


01/26/99 


98 CSE 1514 


Owens 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1515 


Phipps 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1516 


Reilly 


03/02/99 


98 CSE 1517 


Smith 


02/12/99 


98 CSE 1518 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98 CSE 1519 


Chess 


02/01/99 


98 CSE 1520 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1521 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98 CSE L523 


Owens 


12/29/98 


98 CSE 1.524 


Phipps 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1.547 


Reilly 


02/19/99 


98 CSE L548 


Smith 


01/26/99 


98 CSE 1550 


Chess 


03/03/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



2063 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15. 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Gerry Gant v, Depanmenl of Human Resources 

Douglas L. Law \ , Depaninem of Human Resources 

Prentice P. Lucas v. Department of Human Resources 

Glenn R. Pease v. Department of Human Resources 

Venion Mcl\er v. Departirient of Human Resources 

Gerald Pendergrass v- Department of Human Resources 

Teram Bordley v Department of Human Resources 

James Cal\ in Pnce Jr \ Department of Human Resources 

Leon McNair v Department of Human Resources 

Marvin Lee v. Department of Human Resources 

Harold S. Fairbank v. Department of Human Resources 

Harry C. Rone Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Cesar A- Hernandez v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Clarence Evans v. Department of Human Resources 

Carlton J. Hicks v. Department of Human Resources 

Ronald E. Davis Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Demetnus D. Brooks v. Department of Human Resources 

Jeffery John Bissonnette v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Clarence A. Edens. Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 

David Jones, Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Douglas Sanders \'. Department of Human Resources 

Linton A. Durante v. Department of Human Resources 

Tra\ IS Lamont Stevenson \ Department of Human Resources 

Edward T. Stanley v. Department of Human Resources 

Jada Ballard v. Department of Human Resources 

Reginald Mciver v. Department oi Human Resources 

Timothy F Arnold. Sr, v Department of Human Resources 

Michael Doran Horton \. Department of Human Resources 

Mia Marisa Gionzales-Sisk \ . Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Alan Newman v. Department of Human Resources 

Donald L Cart. Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Hughey F. Poppell v. Department of Human Resources 

James Edward Covington v. Department of Human Resources 

Claude A. Mayse v. Department of Human Resources 

Teram Bordley v. Department of Human Resources 

Qua' Aaron Rich v. Department of Human Resources 

Guy Anthony Kelly v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert EL. Heck v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Sandra Fertell v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Bobby L. Mills v. Department ^'^i Human Resources 

Victor Cortez McLendon v. Department of Human Resources 

Datrts Nathanael Biagas v. Department of Human Resources 

Anthony McRae v. Department of Human Resources 

Dennis Warren Ever.son v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Philhp L. King v Department of Health & Human Services 

Albertus Shaw \. Department of Health & Human Services 

Charles Anthony Jacobs v. Department of Human Resources 

Johnny Richardson v. Department of Human Resources 

Willie M- Cornelius v. Department of Human Resources 

Timothy Andre' McPhauI v. Department of Health & Huinan Ser\'ices 

Juan V. Perkins v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Dennis E. Rankin Sr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 

James R. Upchurch v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ices 

Stephenson Veasy v. Department of Health & Human Services 

James H. Peedin III v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Jaquelme R. Graham v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Scott E. Ricketts v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Patricia Chambers v. Department of Human Resources 

Vickie E. Lane \ Michael L. Adams. Department of Human Resources 

Carla P Robinson v. Department of Human Resources 

Rachel D. Farmer v Department of Health & Human Services 

Janice Scott Padgett (Fisher) v Department of Human Resources 

Barbara Fanta*Blandine \ Department of Human Resources 

Sharon Brim v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Karen White \ Department of Human Resources 

Sherry L Hampton v Department of Human Resources 

Tenia M. Sharpe v. Department of Human Resources 

Shensse Stancel Kelly v. Department of Human Resources 

Melanie D Nickerson v. Department of Health & Human Services 



CASE 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


98CSE IS.M 


Gray 


03/26/99 


98CSE 1552 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98CSE 1553 


Morrison 


04/20/99 


98CSE 1554 


Owens 


04/23/99 


98CSE 1559 


Reilly 


02/19/99 


9SCSE 1570 


Gray 


01/22/99 


98CSE 1571 


Mann 


02/19/99 


98CSE 1572 


Momson 


02/18/99 


98 CSE 1 57.1 


Owens 


02/11/99 


98CSE 1574 


Phipps 


02/19/99 


98 CSE 1 575 


Reilly 


02/19/99 


98 CSE 1576 


Smith 


01/25/99 


98 CSE 1580 


Mann 


01/13/99 


98 CSE 1584 


Gray 


03/26/99 


98 CSE 1587 


Owens 


02/25/99 


98 CSE 1589 


Reilly 


01/26/99 


98 CSE 1590 


Gray 


03/18/99 


98 CSE 1591 


Mann 


03/01/99 


98 CSE 1602 


Chess 


03/03/99 


98 CSE 1605 


Gray 


03/18/99 


98 CSE 1606 


Mann 


01/26/99 


98 CSE 1608 


Owens 


03/26/99 


98 CSE 1609 


Phipps 


01/28/99 


98 CSE 1610 


Reilly 


03/02/99 


98 CSE 1614 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1629 


Momson 


02/11/99 


98 CSE 1630 


Owens 


03/03/99 


98 CSE 1631 


Phipps 


03/05/99 


98 CSE 1632 


Reilly 


02/02/99 


98 CSE 1633 


Gray 


04/06/99 


98 CSE 1636 


Reilly 


03/26/99 


98 CSE 16.37 


Gray 


03/18/99 


98 CSE 1639 


Mortison 


03/18/99 


98 CSE 1642 


Owens 


03/03/99 


98 CSE 1643 


Phipps 


03/05/99 


98 CSE 1651 


Smith 


02/24/99 


98 CSE 1652 


Mann 


03/16/99 


98 CSE 1660 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 CSE 1661 


Mann 


03/01/99 


98 CSE 1663 


Mann 


01/20/99 


98 CSE 1664 


Momson 


03/04/99 


98 CSE 1681 


Phipps 


03/17/99 


98 CSE 1682 


Reilly 


02/09/99 


98 CSE 1683 


Smith 


02/11/99 


98 CSE 1684 


Mann 


03/16/99 


98 CSE 1701 


Momson 


01/05/99 


98 CSE 1714 


Phipps 


01/19/99 


98 CSE 1731 


Smith 


02/02/99 


98 CSE 1736 


Mann 


04/28/99 


98 CSE 1739 


Mann 


04/28/99 


98 CSE 1802 


Reilly 


05/03/99 


99 CSE 0073 


Wade 


05/12/99 


99 CSE 0103 


Gray 


03/26/99 


99 CSE 0132 


Momson 


04/26/99 


99 CSE 0224 


Mann 


04/28/99 


99 CSE 0274 


Phipps 


04/29/99 


99 CSE 0425 


Momson 


05/12/99 


96 DCS 1944 


Mann 


01/26/99 


96 DCS 2105 


Gray 


07/08/98 


97 DCS 0124 


Reilly 


11/10/98 


97 DCS 0251 


Phipps 


08/31/98 


97 DCS 1219 


Smith 


07/29/98 


97 DCS I486 


Momson 


06/22/98 


97 DCS 1 574 


Gray 


08/04/98 


98 DCS 0053 


Chess 


12/14/98 


98 DCS 0257 


Momson 


12/01/98 


98 DCS 0468 


Momson 


06/09/98 


98 DCS 0508 


Mann 


12/16/98 


98 DCS 0593 


Gray 


01/19/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2064 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Ruth McFadden v. Department of Huinan Resources 
Linda Michelle Jennings v. Depaninent of Health & Human Services 
Sheila D. Cobb v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Hattie L. Pearson v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Harriet Gayle Stancill v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Division of Women 's and Children 's Health 

Khamis A. Sirhan v DHHS, Women's/Children's Health. Nutnhon Svcs. 
Joseph A. Nawas v, DHHS, Women's/Children's Health. Nutntion Svcs. 
Mohamad I, Rahman v, DHHS. Womens/Childrens Hlth. Nutr. Svcs. Sect. 
Evelyn Powell v, Nutntion Services Section 

HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

NC Human Relations Comm. Ex Rel Clarice Dial v. Dixie Lee Newsome, 

Jetti Lee. Jackie Lee and Erwin Judd 
Orange Co. Human Relations Comm. on behalf of Amy Sinderman v. 

American Board of Pediatrics 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AL.J 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


98 DCS 0675 


Reillv 


07/15/98 




99 DCS mn 


Gray 


03/18/99 




99 DCS 02 13 


Reilly 


05/03/99 




99 DCS 0256 


Owens 


05/03/99 




99 DCS 0309 


Phipps 


04/29/99 




98DHR0219 


Reilly 


08/11/98 




98 DHR 0637 


Phipps 


07/02/98 




98 DHR 0923 


Chess 


1 1/06/98 




98 DHR 113.5 


Smith 


11/13/98 




98 HRC 1063 


Smith 


01/21/99 


13: 16 NCR l.%9 


98HRC 1641 


Chess 


04/19/99 





JUSTICE 

James Todd Tippet v. NC Company Police Program 

Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Claude David Huggins v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Jay Michael Ratchff v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Robert Derek Ross v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Randy Keith Barr v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Barry D. Lyman v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Dion E. Limenck v. Alann Systems Licensing Board 
Jonathan E. Vanderbur v. Alann Systems Licensing Board 

Auctioneer Licensing Board 

Wiley R. Tyndall v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 
Russ J. Scherrer v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 
Gavin Haviv Abadi v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 
Many C. McDaniel v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 

Education and Training Standards Division 

Thomas Dwayne Brown \ Shenffs" Education & Training Stds Comm 
Kenneth Joseph Jackson v. Shenffs' Education & Training Stds Comm. 
Odis Fitzgerald Darden v. Shenffs' Educanon & Training Standards Comm. 
Hoyle Kenneth Wise, Jr. v. Shenffs' Education & Training Stds Comm. 
Kenneth Earl Brantley v. Cnminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 
Hearl Oxendine \. Cnminal Justice Education & Training Stds Comm 
James Fartell Roberts v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds Comm, 
Phillip Keith McPherson v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm, 
Gary Alan Williams v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
Daryl LaMar Bryant v. Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm. 
Harold F. Esters v. Shenffs" Education & Training Standards Comm 
William Scott Key v. Sheriffs' Education & Training Standards Comm 
Cecil W. Duke, Jr. v. Cnminal Ju.stice Education & Training Stds. Comm. 
Marvin Sherriel Clark v. Department of Correction 
and 
Mar\in S. Clark v. Cnminal Jusuce Ed. & Training Stds. Comm 
Amado Martinez v. Cnminal Justice Education & Training Stds. Comm. 
Johnny Wayne Wills v. Cnminal Justice Education & Training Stds. Comm. 
James E. EUerbe v. Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm. 
Paul Harvey Taylor v DOJ. Cnminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 
Kenneth Joseph Jackson v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
Kelly Suzanne Mayberry v, Shenffs' Education & Training Stds, Comm 
Sharon Day Herring v. Shenffs' Education & Training Stds. Comm, 
Robert Ryan Hardison v, Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm, 
Tracey Jerome Clark v, Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm, 
Berry Bernard Baker v, Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Evelyn D. Brown v. Sheriffs' Education & Training Stds. Comm. 
Kevin Lamar Dorsey v. Sheriffs' Education & Training Standards Comm. 
Richard Alan McEntire v Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Willoughby McConnick, Jr. v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Herman Lee Colvin v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
William Edward Smith, Jr. v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Tmg Stds. Comm 



97 DOJ 1 368 


Phipps 


09/10/98 




98 DOJ 087 1 


Momson 


07/09/98 




98 DOJ L345 


Owens 


11/19/98 




98 DOJ 1494 


Momson 


12/10/98 




98 DOJ 1495 


Smith 


02/05/99 




98 DOJ 1496 


Smith 


12/16/98 




99 DOJ 0261 


Chess 


04/27/99 




99 DOJ 0263 


Chess 


04/27/99 




97 DOJ 1 236 


Phipps 


07/24/98 




98 DOJ 0589 


Owens 


03/08/99 




98 DOJ 1060 


Smith 


10/21/98 




98 DOJ 1 527 


Owens 


03/29/99 




97 DOJ 1319 


Phipps 


07/29/98 




97 DOJ 1578*" 


Gray 


08/20/98 




97 DOJ 1698 


Reilly 


06/12/98 




98 DOJ 0022 


Smith 


07/14/98 




98 DOJ 0046 


Gray 


1 1/04/98 


3:11 NCR 935 


98 DOJ 0121 


Smith 


06/22/98 




98 DOJ 0147 


Smith 


07/16/98 




98 DOJ 0388 


Reilly 


07/24/98 




98 DOJ 0389 


Phipps 


04/05/99 




98 DOJ 0430 


Gray 


07/21/98 




98 DOJ 043 1 


Gray 


08/21/98 




98 DOJ 0432 


Becton 


06/08/98 




98 DOJ 0479 


Chess 


10/07/98 




98 DOJ 0491*'" 


Phipps 


01/08/99 




98 DOJ 0526 


Morrison 


09/09/98 




98 DOJ 0574 


Chess 


07/30/98 




98 DOJ 0600 


Momson 


08/07/98 




98 DOJ 0841 


Phipps 


09/16/98 




98 DOJ 0847*" 


Gray 


08/20/98 




98 DOJ 0875 


Chess 


11/1.3/98 




98 DOJ 0877 


Mann 


12/30/98 




98 DOJ 0878 


Phipps 


09/08/98 




98 DOJ 0879 


Owens 


08/31/98 




98 DOJ 0907 


Mann 


01/15/99 




98 DOJ 0922 


Mann 


12/22/98 




98 DOJ 0930 


Phipps 


09/22/98 




98 DOJ 0982 


Owens 


0.3/18/99 




98 DOJ 1007 


Reilly 


10/13/98 




98 DOJ 1008 


Smith 


01/07/99 




98 DOJ 1057 


Chess 


03/26/99 





2065 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Ronald Hcisea Hodge v. Cnminal Justice Ed & Training Standards Comm. 
Mel\ in Garfield Smith v, Cnminal Justice Ed- & Training Stds, Comm. 
Paul Harvev Tavlor \'. Cnminal Justice Ed & Training Stds- Comm. 
Teresa Shawndell Hunt v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Michael Patnck Minter v. Cnminal Justice Ed, & Training Stds. Comm. 
Phillip K McPherson v Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm. 
Leonard Patterson Limer v. Sheriffs' Education & Training Stds. Comm. 
Frankie Arlene Fisher v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Flovd Lee Hatch \'. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Arthur Bivens v, Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Commission 
Paul Dennis Plante v. Shenffs' Ed & Training Standards Commission 
Benjamin Alben Williams v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Tr. Stds. Comm. 
Carroll Edwin Swain, Jr. v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm 
John D Osborne v. Shenffs' Education & Training Standards Comm. 
Tarrie L. Reid v. Cnmmal Jusuce Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
James L. Terry \ . Shenffs' Ed & Training Standards Commission 
Jenny S Curlee v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Commission 

Private Protective Ser\'ices Board 

Rus.sell Sturkie v Pnvate Protective Ser\'ices Board 
Vkayne Carey v. Pnvate Protectne Ser%'ices Board 
Claims Venfication, Inc. v. Pnvate Protective Ser\ices Board 
Waller R. Shirer v. Private Protechve Services Board 
Stacey L. Williams v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Eugene Norman Garrett v. Pnvate Protective Sen ices Board 
G. Russell Smith v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
David C. Bnsson v. Pn\ate Protective Ser\ ices Board 
Danny Charles Garrett v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
David C. Truesdale v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Dennis Ray Hyatt v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Alfred D. Malson v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Rodney Hamilton Marsh v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Melvin Eugene Davis v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Glen Leon Fuchette v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
Arv'in Itwaru v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 
William Pope v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 

LABOR 

Hildreth Mechanical & Maintenance v, Labor/Lahor Standards 
Labor World. Enc Feinstein v. Labor. Harry E. Payne, Jr. 

BOARD OF LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS 

Carolyn [ Hicks v. Board of Licensed Professional Counselors 

BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Joe D Crawford, M D v. Medical Bd. of NC Bd. of Medical Exammers 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Linda & Danny Howard for Nikki Howard v Lenoir Cty Bd. of Ed. 
George & Ruth Sinclair for Adam Sinclair v. Walie County Schools 

(Special Education Services) 
Nicholas Eirschele. By and Throught His Parents, Charles & Kattileen 

Eirschele v. Craven County Board of Education 
Dewitt Bnnson & Elizabeth Bnnson v Craven County Board of Education 
Gene Edward Lloyd v. Department of Public Instruction 
Joseph Hughey Bamnger v. Dr. Michael Ward, Dept of Public Instruction 
Mrs. Phyllis ^' Moore \ Cumberland County Schools 
Laney Bruce Hamll v. State Board of Education 

L.K, on behalf of her son, J.H.. as well as on her own behalf \ St. Bd./Ed 
Jennifer VonHoffman v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Educauon 
Joseph J Sarreno v Department of Public Instruction 
ME. and her husband. P.E.. individually, and on behalf of their son, C E. 

V Bd. of Ed. for Buncombe Cty a/k/a Buncombe Cty Public Schools, et al 
Sandra Cherry v. NC Dept. of Public Instructions, Licensure Section 
Eh/abeih MS O'Nan v. McDowell County Schools 

STATE BAR 

Linda R. Sharp v. North Carolina State Bar 

Reginald L. Frazier v. NC St. Bar Disc Heanng Comm , NC St Bar Cncl. 



CASE 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


98 DOJ 10,18 


Smith 


01/08/99 


98DOJ I0.S9 


Gray 


01/04/99 


98 DOJ ii:,-^ 


Phipps 


12/10/98 


98 DOJ 1-W8 


Gray 


02/10/99 


98 DOJ 1.^09 


Chess 


03/24/99 


98 DOJ 1 .^60 


Gray 


01/28/99 


98 DOJ 1.161 


Gray 


03/16/99 


98 DOJ 1421 


Chess 


01/06/99 


98 DOJ 1441 


Reilly 


02/10/99 


98 DOJ 1462 


Gray 


01/25/99 


98 DOJ 146.1 


Wade 


04/07/99 


98 DOJ 1491 


Owens 


04/06/99 


98 DOJ 1 .102 


Momson 


03/22/99 


98 DOJ 1529 


Gray 


03/16/99 


98 DOJ 162.1 


Chess 


01/13/99 


98 DOJ 1791 


Wade 


04/22/99 


99 DOJ 0.100 


Reilly 


0,5/14/99 


97 DOJ 072,'i 


Chess 


04/28/99 


98 DOJ 0619 


Owens 


1 1/19/98 


98 DOJ 0848 


Smith 


08/04/98 


98 DOJ 0917 


Momson 


09/17/98 


98 DOJ 0918 


Momson 


08/18/98 


98 DOJ 0919 


Momson 


08/18/98 


98 DOJ 0940 


Owens 


11/19/98 


98 DOJ 094 1 


Owens 


11/19/98 


98 DOJ 1081 


Momson 


09/17/98 


98 DOJ 1082 


Momson 


12/10/98 


98 DOJ 1119 


Owens 


1 1/19/98 


98 DOJ 1141 


Momson 


09/29/98 


98 DOJ 1 142 


Owens 


1 1/04/98 


98 DOJ 1 lA^ 


Momson 


09/22/98 


98 DOJ 1.107 


Owens 


1 1/0.1/98 


98 DOJ 1491 


Momson 


12/10/98 


98 DOJ 1748 


Momson 


02/09/99 


98 DOE 0901 


Mann 


1 1/04/98 


98 DOE 12.'i6 


Gray 


11/05/98 


98LPC 1710 


Chess 


03/05/99 


98 BME 0870 


Owens 


07/30/98 


97 EDC 1047 


Gray 


10/30/98 


97EDC 1211 


Phipps 


08/1 1/98 


97 EDC 12.14 


Phipps 


07/16/98 


97 EDC 1298 


Phipps 


10/26/98 


98 EDC 01 10 


Reilly 


09/10/98 


98 EDC 0127 


Mann 


01/14/99 


98 EDC 0105 


Gray 


08/05/98 


98 EDC 01,50 


Smith 


09/17/98 


98 EDC 0170 


Smith 


10/14/98 


98 EDC 04 11 


Chess 


04/15/99 


98 EDC 0459 


Owens 


08/10/98 


98 EDC 0566 


Gray 


10/01/98 


98 EDC 1501 


Owens 


04/16/99 


99EDC0U61 


Mann 


05/11/99 


98 BAR 1.144 


Momson 


1 1/09/98 


99 BAR 0204 


Owens 


03/08/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2066 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 
STATE PERSONNEL 

Department of Administration 

David Gngshy v. NC Commission of Indian Affairs 

Department of Agriculture 

William T. McClelland v. Department of Agriculture 
William T. McClelland v. Department of Agnculture 

Community Colleges 

Dr William R, Stnckland v NC Community College System 

Department of Correction 

Annie D Dizon v. NC Correctional (Inst.) Center for Women 

Terry T. Rees v. Department of Correction 

Mohammad H. Baloch, M.D. v. Department of Correction 

Leon Owens v. Department of Correction 

Terry T. Rees v. Department of Correction 

Michael A. Smith v. Department of Correction 

William T. Skinner v. Department of Correction 

Michael A- Smith v. Department of Correction 

Jayne D. Bledsoe v. Correction, Div. of Adult Probation & Parole 

David Spencer Noms v Correction, Div. of Adult Probation & Parole 

William T, Skinner v. Department of Correction 

Carl W. Craven, 11 v. Pender Correctional Institution 

Ervin Shaw v, Martin Homer. Asst. Super., Corr., Sandy Ridge Corr, Ctr. 

Joseph Szilagyi v. Department of Correction 

Dennis S. Harrell v. Dept. of Correction, Caledonia Correctional Insntute 

Tommy L. Hancock v. Department of Correcnon 

Tommy L. Hancix:k v. Department of Correction 

Elaine Jackson v. Department of Correction 

Bertha Darden v. Raymond Smith & Dept. of Correction, Central Pnson 

Robert C. Lowder v. Brown Creek Correctional Institution 

Ruth Moseley v. Department of Correction 

Lamont M. Burt v. Department of Correcnon 

Mark Murphy v. Correcnon, Div. of Adult Probation & Parole 

Leo Powell v. Harnett Correctional Institute, Department of Correction 

Joseph Burch v. Department of Correction 

Amos Boone v. Department of Correction 

Nona W. Hubbard v. DOC, Division of Community Corrections 

Robert R Stovall v. Department of Correcnon 

Harold Keith Hamm v Dept of Correction Enterpnse/Personnel Off 

Joseph A. Harrell v. Correction, Div. of Adult Probanon & Parole 

Anthony Doran Godwin v. Correcnon. Div. of Adult Probation & Parole 

Bunny M Poindexter v. Department of Correcnon, McCain Hospital 

Deborah Gnffin v. Warren Correctional Insutution, Mr. Smiley 

Terry Michael Moody v. Department of Correction 

Lonnie F. McCaskill, 111 v. Department of Correction 

Diana A. Freeman v. Department of Correction 

Bryant K. Peterson v. Todd Pinion, Piedmont Corr. Inst., Asst Sup 

DeCarlos Stanley v. Department of Correction 

Deidre C. Tabom v. Warden French, Central Pnson 

LaTonia A, Stnckland v. Department of Correcnon 

Sandra Ketchie v. Department of Correction 

Charlotte Clarke v. Department of Correction 

Cynthia Jiles-Brown v. Department of Coneclion 

LaTonia A. Stnckland v. Department of Correcnon 

Jerty D. Crawford v. Department of Cortecuon 

LaTonia A. Stnckland v. Department of Cortecuon 

Crime Control and Public Safety 

Roger D Davis v. Cnme Control & Public Safety. St. Hwy Patrol 
Albert R. Little v. Cnme ConU-ol & Public Safety, Info Sys. Specialists 
Charles A. Lindquisl v. Cnme Control & Public Safety, NC Hwy Patrol 
Charles A. Lindquisi v. Cnme Conu-ol & Public Safety, NC Hwy Patrol 
Charles L. Gamer v. Cnme Control & Public Safety, NC St. Hwy Patrol 
Terry L. Putman v. Cnme Control & Public Safety, State Hwy Patrol 
Thomas E. Carlton v. Cnme Control & Public Safety, St. Hwy Patrol 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



98 OSP 0428 


Momson 


98 0SP 1405*-' 


Reilly 


98 OSP 1536*-' 


Reilly 


98 OSP 1,305 


Gray 


97 OSP 0166 


Mann 


97 OSP 1671** 


Smith 


98 OSP 0014 


Gray 


98 OSP 0050 


Becton 


98 OSP 01 ig*-* 


Smith 


gsospoi^i*" 


Reilly 


98 OSP 0309*-' 


Reilly 


98 OSP 03 17*" 


Reilly 


98 OSP 0543 


Owens 


98 OSP 0572 


Gray 


98 OSP 0608*=" 


Reilly 


98 OSP 0633 


Smith 


98 OSP 0671 


Phipps 


98 OSP 0757 


Owens 


98 OSP 0846 


Momson 


98 OSP 0881 


Owens 


98 OSP 0882 


Owens 


98 OSP 0883 


Phipps 


98 OSP 0905 


Smith 


98 OSP 0984 


Owens 


98 OSP 1092 


Gray 


98 OSP 1115 


Smith 


98 OSP 1155 


Mann 


98 OSP 1175 


Owens 


98 OSP 1187 


Chess 


98 OSP 1188 


Smith 


98 OSP 1214 


Owens 


98 OSP 1282 


Phipps 


98 OSP 1409 


Gray 


98 OSP 1411 


Gray 


98 OSP 1504 


Owens 


98 OSP 1 566 


Smith 


98 OSP 1.583 


Chess 


98 OSP 1596 


Gray 


98 OSP 1597 


Mornson 


98 OSP 1688 


Gray 


98 OSP 1787 


Owens 


99 OSP 0027 


Momson 


99 OSP 0028 


Momson 


99 OSP 0029* -" 


Gray 


99 OSP 0041 


Phipps 


99 OSP 0143 


Owens 


99 OSP 0276 


Reilly 


99 OSP 0335*-" 


Gray 


99 OSP 0.346 


Gray 


99 OSP 0421*-" 


Gray 


97 OSP 0617 


Chess 


97 OSP 1157 


Momson 


98 OSP 01 70 


Gray 


98 OSP 034 1 


Gray 


98 OSP 0467 


Momson 


98 OSP 0489 


Momson 


98 OSP 0919 


Phipps 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



12/14/98 



02/17/99 
02/17/99 



12/07/98 



11/06/98 
06/30/98 
09/01/98 
07/10/98 
06/30/98 
08/11/98 
05/07/99 
08/11/98 
07/29/98 
12/18/98 
05/07/99 
06/25/98 
10/09/98 
10/05/98 
09/08/98 
08/04/98 
10/09/98 
03/17/99 
09/25/98 
12/02/98 
10/07/98 
10/06/98 
12/21/98 
1 1/25/98 
04/15/99 
12/15/98 
10/27/98 
10/26/98 
12/16/98 
12/11/98 
04/08/99 
02/09/99 
01/07/99 
0.5/17/99 
02/16/99 
0.3/31/99 
02/1.5/99 
04/16/99 
0.5/18/99 
05/20/99 
04/09/99 
03/16/99 
05/10/99 
05/20/99 
04/28/99 
05/20/99 



05/27/98 
07/22/98 
01/22/99 
01/22/99 
O.V 12/99 
02/26/99 
09/24/98 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



« 



13:18 NCR 1592 



2067 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

District Attorney 's Office 

Tvrone Andrews \ Dislnct Attorney's Office (Durham) 

Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Cathy A, Lancaster \ , haslern North Carohna Schixii for the Deaf 

Employment Security Commission 

Jane B Bolin and Arlene G Sellers v. Employment Secunty Commission 
Jane B Boim and Arlene G Sellers \ , Employment Secunt\ Commission 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Margaret G. Freeman v, Depl. of Environment and Natural Resources 
Charles Anthony Bruce v. ENR. Division of Parks and Recreation 
Patnck K- W. Howie v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
William Steven Ray v Parks and Recreation Falls Lake-Da\id 

Kellam-Supert 
Don N, Mitchell \ North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission 

Health and Human Senices 

Velnia Harper v, Depl, of Health & Human Services. Caswell Center 

Annette Honea v Department of Human Resources 

William Da\ id Simpson \ Macon Count) Board of Health 

Angela M. Miles v Cumberland County Department of Social Services 

Shung Fung-Chin v Department of Human Resources, Caswell Center 

Walker Cannon v. DHR/Caswell Center 

Chanty Swick v- Cumberland County Department of Social Sen ices 

'I'olandra Best and Roy Hudson v, DHHS, John Umstead Hospital 

Yolandra Best and Roy Hudson v. DHHS, John Umstead Hospital 

Donald Ray Ebron v Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Dippel v, Columbus County Dept. of Social Services 

Fred Foster, Jr, v. Department of Health and Human Services 

Donald Ray Ebron \ . Department of Human Resources 

Shung Fung-Chin v Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 

Ruth Holroyd v. Montgomery Cty DSS. Children's Services 

Tilda D. Whitaker v Nash County Health Department Board of Directors 

Fred Foster, Jr, v. Department of Health and Human Services 

James W, Crews v, DHHS, Murdoch Center 

Patncia R, Quick v, DHHS, Dorothea Dix Hospital 

Angela M Miles v Cumberland County Department of Social Services 

Delores Laveme Rich v Health i; Human Services, Dorothea Dix Hosp, 

Clifidean Bethea v, Lincoln Co, Department of Social Services 

Robin Heavner Franklin v, Lincoln Co. Dept. of Social Services 

Pat Hovis V. Lincoln County Department of Social Services 

Elwin C. Munson v. Health & Human Sen'ices, Juvenile Evaluation Center 

Fred Foster, Jr. v. Departinent of Health and Human Services 

Jackie M. Sinclair v. Duplin-Sampson Area Mental Health DD. SAS 

David A, Kilpatrick v. Health & Human Services. Caswell Center 

Fred Foster, Jr v Department of Health and Human Ser\ ices 

Laura Blanion v Cleveland Center 

Anthony M Ruiz v, Departinent of Health & Human Svcs, Youth Svcs 

Rudolph Waters v, DHHS, Youth Services, Dobbs School 

Euwell Falconer v. Karen A, Andrews. Gaslon-Lincoln Area Menial Health 

Jeffrey L. Williams v, Dorothea Di.v Hospital 

Minnie Barnes Edwards v Pitt Cty, Mental Health. Dev Disahilities/SA 

Delores Laveme Rich v, DHHS. Dorothea Di\ Hospital 

Barbara Jean Paquette v Durham County (respondeat supenor for the 

Durham County Public Library ) 
Linda Paige v. Center Point Human Services Forsyth Mental Health 

Forsyth Industnal Systems 
Fred Foster. Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Fred Foster. Jr v, Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Fred Foster. Jr v Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 
Stanley K. Sfrong v. Jimmy Summer\ ille. Dobbs School, ^outh Svcs, 
Demck Skinner v. Health & Human Ser\'ices. Cherry Hospital 
Kelvin J Leeks v, Cumberland Ctv Mental Health & Sub Abuse Facililv 



CASE 




NLTMBER 


AU 


99 OSP 044.^ 


Mann 


98 OSP 0482 


Gray 


97 OSP 1122'' 


Chess 


97 OSP \\M*' 


Chess 


98 OSP 022.^ 


Reilly 


98 OSP 0240 


Reilly 


98 OSP 1240 


Reilly 


98 OSP 1603 


Chess 


99 OSP 0064 


Owens 


96 OSP 0109 


Chess 


96 OSP 08.3.3 


Chess 


97 OSP 0167 


Chess 


97 OSP 0613*' 


Gray 


97 OSP 0638*'" 


Chess 


97 OSP 073 1 


Phipps 


97OSP077S 


Gray 


97 OSP 0862*" 


Chess 


97 OSP 0863*" 


Chess 


97 OSP 0881*" 


Phipps 


97 OSP 090.'^ 


Gray 


97 OSP 1287*'- 


Smith 


97 OSP 1406*-" 


Phipps 


97 OSP l.<i.30»'" 


Chess 


97 OSP 1586 


Smith 


97 OSP 166.S 


Gray 


97 OSP 1701*'- 


Smith 


98 OSP 0060 


Gray 


98 OSP 0061 


Becton 


98 OSP 0084*' 


Gray 


98 OSP 0120 


Gray 


98 OSP 1238*-" 


Phipps 


98 OSP I2.W*-' 


Phipps 


98 OSP 1.^48*-" 


Phipps 


98 OSP 0140 


Phipps 


98 OSP 0187*'- 


Smith 


98 OSP 02.52 


Smith 


98 OSP 0271 


Owens 


98 OSP 0403*'- 


Smith 


98 OSP 0453 


Smith 


98 OSP 0454 


Gray 


98 OSP 0474 


Morrison 


98 OSP 0538 


Reilly 


98 OSP 0595 


Becton 


98 OSP 0684 


Gray 


98 OSP 0763 


Gray 


98 OSP 0765 


Momson 


98 OSP 08 19 


Smith 


98 OSP 1012*-' 


Gray 


98 OSP 1013*-' 


Gray 


98 OSP 1014*-' 


Gray 


98 OSP 1017 


Gray 


98 OSP 1035 


Gray 


98 OSP 1037 


Momson 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



05/18/99 



11/30/98 



06/02/98 
06/02/98 



05/10/99 
06/08/98 
02/11/99 
03/19/99 

04/12/99 



02/02/99 
08/24/98 
01/27/99 
07/10/98 
08/13/98 
1 1/30/98 
07/10/98 
08/1.3/98 
08/13/98 
02/09/99 
1 1/09/98 
08/20/98 
02/09/99 
08/13/98 
05/27/98 
12/02/98 
08/20/98 
07/20/98 
07/16/98 
07/10/98 
07/08/98 
04/09/99 
04/09/99 
04/09/99 
10/28/98 
08/20/98 
12/31/98 
08/13/98 
08/20/98 
10/02/98 
06/04/98 
07/30/98 
08/06/98 
07/22/98 
03/15/99 
12/02/98 
08/05/98 

1 1/0.5/98 

0,3/18/99 
0.3/18/99 
0.3/18/99 
12/07/98 
09/21/98 
02/11/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



13 17 NCR 1488 



13:02 NCR 257 



Consolidated Cases. 



13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2068 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Fred Foster. Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Paul L. Long v Department of Health & Human Services 

Lisa A Pharr, Melmda Malone Hembree and Fredia S, Hudson v, 

Gaston County Department of Social Services 
Fred Foster, Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Laune K. Smith v. Cabbarrus County Dep;uiment of Social Services 
Bnndia A Gaines v. Juvenile Evaluation Center 
Brenda Brogden v, Dept of Health & Human Services MH/DD/SAS 
Annie Blanche Davis v, Caswell Center 

Department of Insurance 

Patncia Casey Rollins v. Department \:>{ Insurance 

Department of Justice 

Linda Margaret Koss v State Bureau of Investigation 
Marvin Shemel Clark v. Depanment of Correction 
and 
Marvin S. Clark v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


98 0SP 107S*-' 


Gray 


03/18/99 




98 0SP 1202 


Owens 


12/16/98 




98 0SP \},m 


Gray 


04/07/99 


13:23 NCR 1978 


98 0SP 1218*-' 


Gray 


03/18/99 




98 0SP 1617 


Reilly 


03/03/99 




98OSP01I0 


Chess 


04/01/99 




99OSP0130 


Owens 


04/08/99 




99OSP04I0 


Gray 


05/20/99 




95 OSP 0729 


Chess 


12/14/98 




97OSP0189 


Chess 


08/14/98 




98 OSP 0300* '" 


Phipps 


01/08/99 





Department of Public Instruction 

Lillie Bumette Pearsall v. Wayne Cty. Bd. of Ed., Mrs. Veda McNair and 
Mr Steve Taylor 



98 OSP 0944 



Smith 



08/25/98 



Secretary of Stale 

Jonathan M. Demers \ 



Department of Secretary of State 



Department of Transportation 

David W, Robertson v. Department of Transportation 

Pasquale Vendettuoli v. Department of Transportation 

James L. Hall v. Department of Transportation 

Johnny O. Shivar v. Department of Transportation 

Teresa G. Mitchell v. Department of Transportation 

Larry W. Davis v. Department of Transportation 

Sherry Lynn Noles v. Department of Transportation-NCDMV 

Clance Goodwin Arthur v. Department of Transportauon. Ferties Division 

Warren J. Haines, Jr. v. NC DOT, Div. of Highways 

Robert L. Swinney v. Department of Transportation 

Carolyn J. Pamell v. Department of Transportation 

Deanna M. Brown \ . Department of Transportation 

Timothy W Conway v. Division of Motor Vehicles 

University of North Carolina 

Joseph A. Bryant v. North Carolina A & T University 

Joseph A. Bryant v. North Carolina A & T University 

Douglas Love, Jr. v. UNC Hospitals 

Deborah J. Fenner v. NC Central University 

Joyce M. Smith v. North Carolina Central University 

Edwin Swain v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Patncia AG. Roberts v. Asst./Chan./Qty. Mgmt./Dir. Human Res. UNCW 

Leo Watford, Roosevelt Pams. Claiborne Baker, et al v University of 

North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Johnny Johnson, Jr. v. A & T St. University Student Union-Grievance Bd. 
Jessie L. Johnson v. Bernard K. Locklear. UNC at Pembroke 
Michael Leroy Hillis v. Winston-Salem State University 
Jonathan L. Fann v. North Carolina State University Physical Plant 
Greta M. Hawthorne v. University of NC at Pembroke 
Robert W. Bnnson v. NC State Umversity 
Alberta A. Ingram-Peterson v. NC Central University 
Leslie Wright v. NC State University 
Thomas H. Hastye, 111 v. NC A & T State Umversity 
Fred T. Jackson v. UNC-Charlotte Recreational Facilities 
Betty Parks v. Winston Salem State University 
Ronnie Bell v. Dave HiUard, UNC at Charlotte 
Brenda D. Moore v. Atty. Wanda Jenkins, Fayetteville St. University 
Joseph Carroll Goodlake v UNCA 
Timothy Edwin Gnzzard v North Carolina State University 

STATE TREASURER 

Hugh A Wells v. Consolidated Judicial Retirement System of NC; 



97 OSP 1018 


Becton 


07/07/98 


13:03 NCR 343 


96 OSP 2044 


Morrison 


05/17/99 


13:24 NCR 2071 


97 OSP 1090 


Momson 


12/19/98 




97 OSP 1222 


Reilly 


0.5/12/99 


13:23 NCR 1972 


97 OSP 1.366 


Reilly 


09/01/98 




97 OSP 1.565 


Smith 


12/09/98 




98 OSP 0241 


Gray 


07/08/98 




98 OSP 0269 


Chess 


08/11/98 




98 OSP 0864 


Phipps 


09/24/98 




98 OSP 0910 


Gray 


04/16/99 




98 OSP 0969 


Gray 


02/09/99 




98 OSP 1251 


Owens 


0.3/01/99 




98 OSP 1438 


Phipps 


0.3/15/99 




98 OSP 1767 


Owens 


05/12/99 




96 OSP 1698*"- 


Mann 


12/02/98 




97 OSP 0242* "• 


Mann 


12/02/98 




97 OSP 0662 


Reilly 


06/08/98 




97 OSP 0902 


Chess 


05/29/98 




97 OSP 1297 


Smith 


06/25/98 




97 OSP 1694 


Momson 


07/31/98 




98 OSP 0178 


Phipps 


10/08/98 




98 OSP 0254 


Chess 


07/17/98 




98 OSP 0299 


Owens 


09/02/98 




98 OSP 0444 


Gray 


09/29/98 




98 OSP 0446 


Chess 


0.5/17/99 




98 OSP 0465 


Becton 


07/17/98 




98 OSP 0831 


Chess 


09/11/98 




98 OSP 0887 


Owens 


08/10/98 




98 OSP 1024 


Smith 


10/14/98 




98 OSP 1088 


Smith 


02/03/99 




98 OSP 1114 


Reilly 


12/30/98 




98 OSP 1216 


Smith 


10/22/98 




98 OSP 1278 


Chess 


1 1/2.5/98 




98 OSP 1330 


Smith 


11/10/98 




98 OSP 1.506 


Smith 


01/2.5/99 




98 OSP 1535 


Phipps 


01/07/99 




99 OSP 0140 


Owens 


04/06/99 




98DST0316 


Momson 


06/05/98 


13:01 NCR 166 



2069 



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June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



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Bd. of Trustees Teachers and State Employees' Retirement System 
Walter Williams v. Bd. of Trustees NC Local Gov. Emp. Retirement Sys. 
Aaron Day v. Bd. Of Trustees NC Local Gov. Emp. Retirement Sys 
Alfred R. Grooms v. State Treasurer. Retirement Systems Division 

TRANSPORTATION 

David Warren Dew et al. v. Motor Vehicles. Alexander Killens Comm. 
Peter Kay , Stem v. Department of Transportation 

UNlVERSITi OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Patncia D. Hall v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Ladonna P. James v. UNC Hospitals 
Joyceline Sellars v. UNC Hospitals 



98 DST 0774 


Smith 


12/08/98 




98 DST 0967 


Phipps 


04/15/99 


13;23NCR 1967 


98 DST 1128 


ReiUy 


03/05/99 




95 DOT 1144 


Gray 


06/04/98 




98 DOT 1750 


Gray 


05/20/99 




98 LINC 0397 


Reillv 


08/20/98 




98 UNC 0591 


Becton 


07/20/98 




98 UNC 1 1 13 


Smith 


10/22/98 





13:24 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



2070 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



COUNTY OF WAKE 



IN THE OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

96 OSP 2044 



DAVID W. ROBERTSON, 
Petitioner, 



NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION 

Respondent. 



RECOMMENDED DECISION 



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ISSUE 

Should the Petition be dismissed based on the doctrine oi res judicata'^ 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

1. Petitioner filed a Petition for Contested Case Hearing in the Office of Administrative Hearings ("OAH") on December 13, 
1996 (96 OSP 2044). 

2. On December 20, 1996, Administrative Law Judge Brenda B. Becton issued a Scheduling Order and Order for Prehearing 
Statements. The latter required the filing of Prehearmg Statements within thirty (30) days from the date of the Order. 

3. DOT filed its Prehearing Statement and Document Constituting Final Agency Action on January 15. 1997. 

4. Petitioner filed his Prehearing Statement on January 17. 1997. Petitioner claimed that DOT discriminated against him by 
failing to laterally transfer or promote him in three separate job vacancies because of his age. disabilii\, aiKi political 
affiliation. The vacancies were for two Transportation Engineering Supervisor 1 ("TES n positions (#95 10 and #*J820) and 
for a Transportation Engineering Supervisor II ("TES IT") position (#9513). In addition. Petitioner alleged that DOT 
retaliated against him for filing an internal grievance by demoting him without just cause. 

5. A Supplement to Petitioners Prehearing Statement was filed by Petitioner on January 21. 1997. On (hat same date. 
Petitioner signed a Charge of Discrimination (the "Charge") with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 
("EEOC") against DOT. In the Charge. Petitioner claimed that he was discriminated against because of his age, disability, 
and sex. Petitioner additionally alleged retaliation. 

6. Discovery commenced and a Consent Protective Order was filed on Feb. 27 1997. 

7. A settlement conference was conducted with Chief Judge Julian Mann on June 18, 1997. but no agreemeni was reached. 

8. ALJ Becton set the case for hearing for July 9-11, 1997. 

9. On June 24, 1997, Petitioner made a motion to continue the hearing until his EEOC charge was investigated and resolved. 

10. By order entered on July 2, 1997, ALJ Becton stayed the proceedings in the above-entitled matter due lolhe pemling EEOC 
investigation initiated by Petitioner. 

11. On or about October 7. 1997, Petitioner requested his Notice of Right to Sue from the EEOC. By letter dated February 25. 
1998, the EEOC issued Petitioner his Notice of Right to Sue. 

12. On May 13, 1998, Petitioner filed a complaint in federal district court (5:98-CV-383-F2) under llic Ainciicans With 
Disabilities Act ("ADA") (42 U. S. C. § 12 101 etseq.), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA ') (29 U.S.C. 



2071 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



June 15, 1999 



13:24 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



§ 621 er. seq.). and N.C. Gen. Stat. § 126-17. 

13. On June 15. 1998. DOT filed its Answer to Complaint. 

14. The federal district court entered a Scheduling Order on July 15. 1998. 

15. On September 16, 1998. Petitioner made a Motion to Supplement Complaint. 

16. On October 2. 1998, DOT filed a Response to Petitioner's Motion to Supplement. 

17. On October 23, 1 998, the court entered an Order allowing Petitioner's motion, which was actually a motion to amend. The 
court also entered a new Scheduling Order requiring discovery to be completed no later than December 15,1 998. dispositive 
motions to be filed no later than January 15, 1999, and a trial date to be set for April 5, 1999. 

1 8. On October 28, 1 998. Petitioner filed a Supplemental (amended) Complaint alleging new claiins under the Civil Rights Act 
of 1866 (42 U.S.C. § 198 1 ) and the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") (29 U.S.C. § 216(b) et seq.). 

19. On November 5. 1998. DOT filed its Answer to Amended Complaint. 

20. DOT filed a motion for summary judgment and brief in support on January 15, 1999. 

21. By motion filed February 4, 1999, Petitioner requested "an opportunity to obtain testimony in opposition to Defendant's 
Motion for Summary Judgment," and, in addition, suggested that the court schedule a hearing at which Petitioner may "call 
live witnesses to demonstrate the existence of a genuine issue of material fact." 

22. By order entered March 1 , 1 999, the court denied Petitioner's Motion for Further Testimony and Hearing and allowed DOT's 
Motion for Summary Judgment, thereby dismissing the action. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

1. "Under the doctrine of res judicaui, a final judgment on the merits in a prior action in a court of competent jurisdiction 
precludes a second suit involving the same claim between the same parties or those in privity with them." Bockweg v. 
Anderson. 333 N.C. 486. 491 , 428 S.E.2d 1 57. 161 ( 1993) (citing Thomas M. Mclnnis & Assoc. Inc. \: Hall. 3 1 8 N.C. 421 , 
428, 349 S.E.2d 552, 556 ( 1986)). 

2. Petitioner's claims in the OAH (96 OSP 2044) and in federal district court (5:98-CV-383-P-) are exactly the same-they arise 
out of the same facts and circumstances and the parties in both actions are the same. The federal district court entered 
judgment in DOT's favor as to all of Petitioner's claims by granting its motion for summary and dismissing the action. 
Therefore, the case against DOT in the OAH (96 OSP 2044) is dismissed based on the doctrine of res judicata as that case 
raises the same claims which were already decided in federal court. 

FINAL DECISION 

It is hereby ORDERED that this contested case be dismissed with prejudice. 

NOTICE 

This final decision is subject to judicial review in the Superior Court Division of the North Carolina General Court of Justice 
in accordance with the provisions of G.S. Chapter 150B, Article 4. which require that an appeal be filed in the superior court within 
(30) days following service upon the person of a written copy of the final decision. 

This the 17th day of May, 1999. 



Fred G. Morrison Jr. 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 



13:24 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER June 15, 1999 2072 



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